Police: Hit-and-run driver caused car with children to roll over on NH highway
MANCHESTER — New Hampshire State Police are looking for the driver of an erratic vehicle after responding to a report of a car rollover on Interstate 293 in Manchester Friday evening.
At the scene, police said witnesses said another driver hit the car causing it to rollover and then left the scene.
The suspected vehicle is described as a dark blue, four-door Subaru, possibly a Legacy, with NH plates.
Witnesses said the suspect car was driving aggressively over 100 mph and passing other cars in the breakdown lanes, police said.
During a pass in the left breakdown lane, the suspect vehicle side-swiped one car which hit another car, causing that one to roll over, police said.
The vehicle that rolled over had an adult and two children in it during the crash. Emergency services transported the three victims to the Catholic Medical Center in Manchester with minor injuries.
The suspect vehicle will have damage to the front end bumper and passenger side door, and it was last seen traveling by Exit 6 on I-293.
Anyone with information is asked to call Trooper First Class Christopher Cummings at 603-223-8674.