Road closed for several hours after NH man driving taxi hits utility pole
ROCHESTER — A portion of a road had to be shut down for several hours after a taxi crashed into a utility pole.
Police said around 7:24 a.m. Sunday, Donald Saylor, 30, of Rochester, was driving a 2014 Chrysler Town and Country, which is owned by Surfside Taxi, southbound on Charles Street when the van went off the roadway and hit the pole.
The impact broke the pole and caused significant damage to the vehicle. The vehicle also hit a fence and a parked vehicle.
Saylor was taken to Frisbie Memorial Hospital as a precaution.
The crash is under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Spencer Williams-Hurley at 330-7128.