Milton Mills woman hurt in crash on Spaulding remains in serious condition at PRH

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ROCHESTER - The Milton Mills woman injured in crash on the Spaulding Turnpike remains in serious condition at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, a hospital spokesperson said on Friday.

The crash was blamed on a sudden snow squall that hit the Northern Seacoast early in the morning on March 21.

A preliminary investigation at the scene revealed that a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado operated by Rachel Maschino, 44, of Milton Mills, had been traveling south approaching Exit 15 around 5:25 a.m. when she came upon slower moving traffic due to the weather and roadway conditions.

According to a statement by State Police, the driver took evasive actions to avoid a collision, which led to her losing control of the vehicle and striking a guardrail along the Exit 15 off ramp. After this initial impact, the vehicle rolled, and the operator was ejected from the pickup truck.

As a result of the crash, the operator sustained serious life-threatening injuries and was transported from the scene to an area hospital. With her at the time was a 25-year-old passenger, Timothy Yeaton also of Milton Mills, who sustained serious but nonlife threatening injuries. He was also transported to an area hospital.

All aspects of this crash remain under further investigation by Trooper Daniel Bourque of New Hampshire State Police Troop A Barracks. Anyone with information pertaining to this crash is asked to contact Trooper Bourque at

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