Man hurt in 3-car crash is improving
HUDSON - A Wilton man who was seriously injured in a three-vehicle automobile collision is improving, police said. James Hendrick, 48, is in stable condition at a Boston hospital following the Saturday afternoon collision on Derry Street, police Sgt. Michael Gosselin said Monday. Hendrick had suffered life-threatening injuries in the crash, police said. The three vehicles all collided in a sort of chain, rear-end collision on Route 102, near the intersection of Meghan Road, shortly before 1:30 p.m., police said. Lisa Carrozza, 41, of Londonderry, was stopped in southbound traffic in her 1996 Saturn, and Melissa Anderson, 51, of Hollis, pulled her 2005 Ford pickup behind her, police said. Carrozza and Anderson suffered minor injuries, fire officials said. Hendrick's Chevrolet van hit the pickup, which then rear-ended the Saturn, police said. Rescuers used hydraulic tools to pry Hendrick from his van, and took him by ambulance to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, police said. Hendrick was later transferred to a Boston hospital. The collision is still under investigation, Gosselin said.