Jan 2, 2015 9:34 AM
Interstate 93 northbound is closed near Exit 24 in Ashland after a massive accident earlier this morning.
Early reports estimated 50 to 100 vehicles are involved in the accident. Later, the reported number of vehicles involved fell to 35.
A sudden snow squall has been suspected of causing the accident.
Traffic is being diverted off Exit 24 and vehicles are using Route 3 to get to Plymouth.
There are several other accidents near Exit 23 as well, which is the exit for New Hampton.
This isn't the first time there's been a huge pileup in the Granite State.
In 2009, 12 people were hurt in a 59-car pileup on I-93 in Derry, and in 2012, 5 people were injured in a 20-car crash on I-93 in New Hampton.
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