HAMPTON FALLS, NH (WGME) – New Hampshire State Police say a Mainer was killed in four-vehicle crash on I-95 in Hampton Falls Sunday night.
Troopers say 56-year-old Siow Chang, of Falmouth, Maine, was driving a Honda CR-V when Chang stopped within the northbound travel lanes around 8 p.m. for an unknown reason.
Troopers say Chang’s vehicle was then struck from behind by a Toyota Tacoma driven by 65-year-old Eero Ruuttila, of Morrill, Maine, who was unable to avoid the crash due to surrounding traffic.
The crash caused the Honda CR-V to cross the median and enter the southbound travel lanes, hitting a Ford Transit van driven by 34-year-old Jennifer Spinneli, of Stoneham, Massachusetts, according to troopers.
The van then struck a Ford Escape driven by 82-year-old Wayne Fritz, of Seabrook, New Hampshire.
Troopers say Chang was killed in the crash.
Ruuttila and his passenger, Spinneli and her passenger, and Fritz and his passenger were all take to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Anyone who may have further information is asked to call Trooper Tyler Dodds of the New Hampshire State Police Troop-A at (603) 223-3848.