WINDHAM — A three-car crash last week sent one woman to the hospital after her vehicle and two others collided on Haverhill Road.
Windham fire and police crews responded to the area of 156 Haverhill Road near the Klemm's Mobil store for reports of a motor vehicle crash.
According to a statement, Windham crews responded and due to reduced staffing and multiple calls already in progress, mutual aid was requested from Londonderry.
Windham Chief Thomas McPherson was first to arrive and found three vehicles in the eastbound lane of Haverhill Road, just west of the intersection of Mammoth Road with all vehicles having heavy damage.
A female driver of a Toyota RAV4 was still in her vehicle and complaining of neck, back and knee pain. The other drivers were out of their vehicles and did not appear to be injured.
Londonderry's engine arrived and assisted with fluid control and patient assessment. The other operators were evaluated and refused care at the scene. The injured woman was removed and taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua with non-life-threatening injuries
East bound traffic along Route 111 was diverted through the parking lot of Klemm's Mobil onto Mammoth Road in the area of the accident for several minutes while emergency personnel and wreckers worked to clear the scene.
The accident is currently under investigation by Windham police.