Mar 21, 2016 11:06 AM
CANTERBURY - A state Department of Transportation plow truck rolled off the road on Interstate 93 this morning, tying up traffic.
DOT spokesman Bill Boynton said the driver was not injured but the truck is damaged.
He said the weight of the salt and sand in the back of the truck caused it to roll after the driver slid into the shoulder of the road.
In Portsmouth, two state police cruisers also were involved in accidents.
Speed limits on state highways were reduced to 45 MPH for most of the morning. All but Route 101 in Hampton have returned to normal speeds.
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