Sep 19, 2014 5:55 PM

En route to job interview, Nashua woman tagged for speeding, then crashes

MEREDITH – A Nashua woman unwittingly became a sort of poster child for the State Police’s “Operation Safe Commute” motor vehicle enforcement event Friday morning by first getting stopped and summonsed for speeding, then losing control and crashing her car about 25 minutes later. Police said that Nancy O’Brien, 53, told the trooper who stopped her for driving 92 mph on Interstate 93 in Canterbury that she was on her way to a job interview in Plymouth. The Trooper, Mark Barrett of Troop D, issued her a summons and sent her on her way, police said. Less than a half hour later, other Troop D officers were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at mile marker 67.2 in Meredith, police said. The first to arrive on the scene happened to be Col. Robert Quinn, director of the State Police, and field area Capt.


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