Woodstock Man, Four Children, Treated After Fatal Accident In NH
PINNKHAM’S GRANT, N.H. (AP) _ New Hampshire State Police have identified the man who was killed when a minivan drifted over the center line of Route 16 in Pinkham’s Grant and collided with a car.
Troopers say 67-year-old Harry Goodwin of Milan died in Monday’s crash near the Appalachian Mountain Club lodge. Goodwin was driving a Pontiac Grand Prix that collided with the Toyota minivan.
The driver of minivan, 48-year-old Kevin Douglas of Woodstock, Conn., and four children in it were treated and released from a hospital.
The cause is under investigation.
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