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Police: Rollover crash in Hudson likely caused by ‘driver inattention’

HUDSON – A Massachusetts woman was injured in a crash in Hudson on Tuesday that appears to have been caused by inattention on the part of another driver, according to Hudson police.

Police said Deborah Colleton was preparing to make a left turn near the intersection of River Road and Winslow Farm Road around 7:43 a.m. when her 2006 Hummer H3 was struck from behind by another driver. ...

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HUDSON – A Massachusetts woman was injured in a crash in Hudson on Tuesday that appears to have been caused by inattention on the part of another driver, according to Hudson police.

Police said Deborah Colleton was preparing to make a left turn near the intersection of River Road and Winslow Farm Road around 7:43 a.m. when her 2006 Hummer H3 was struck from behind by another driver.

Colleton, 50, of Dunstable, Mass., was briefly trapped inside the Hummer when it rolled over on its side. Rescue crews responded to the scene and freed her. Colleton was transported to St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening.

The driver of the second vehicle, a 2001 Nissan, was identified as 20-year-old Daniel Conroy, of Amherst.

The cause of the crash “appears to be driver inattention on the part of Conroy,” according to an announcement from Hudson police.

Traffic was impacted for about 45 minutes while police and firefighters assisted at the scene.

– JIM HADDADIN