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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Glare may have caused Thursday morning Hudson crash that injured construction worker

HUDSON – Police are considering the possibility that glare from the early-morning sun may have played a role in an auto-pedestrian accident Thursday morning that sent a construction worker to the hospital.

Charles MacMillan, 47, of Nashua, was taken to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua with what police described as serious but not life-threatening injuries following the accident, which occurred at 8:20 a.m. on Lowell Road near the entrance to Fox Hollow Drive. ...

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HUDSON – Police are considering the possibility that glare from the early-morning sun may have played a role in an auto-pedestrian accident Thursday morning that sent a construction worker to the hospital.

Charles MacMillan, 47, of Nashua, was taken to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua with what police described as serious but not life-threatening injuries following the accident, which occurred at 8:20 a.m. on Lowell Road near the entrance to Fox Hollow Drive.

Police said MacMillan was directing traffic in front of the Fox Hollow condo complex when he was struck by a minivan operated by Frances Jette, 75, of Hudson. She was uninjured.

MacMillan, who was in the southbound lane of Lowell Road when he was struck, was directing traffic around the construction crews as they paved Fox Hollow Drive. Police didn’t identify the construction company.

The accident remains under investigation, police said.

– DEAN SHALHOUP