Kevin P. Boute identified as Route 16 crash victim

Kevin P. Boute identified as Route 16 crash victim

Kevin P. Boute identified as Route 16 crash victim

Kevin P. Boute Death – The victim of an accident that occurred earlier this week on Route 16 in Ossipee has been recognized by the local police. Kevin P. Boute, 58 years old, hailing from Plymouth, Massachusetts, was identified as the victim by the New Hampshire State Police. The collision, which took place on Tuesday around 11 a.m. near Pine River Pond Road, resulted in the closure of Route 16 in the vicinity of the accident. The vehicle that was heading north allegedly crossed the center line and collided with the vehicle that was heading south, according to the police.

Cause of death

According to the authorities, Boute, who was driving the vehicle heading south, passed away at the scene of the accident. According to the police, both the passenger in the vehicle traveling southward and the driver of the vehicle traveling northbound were transported to a nearby hospital. Trooper Andrew Wilensky requests that anybody who saw the collision, including motorists with dash cams, get in touch with him by calling 603-323-3333 or sending an email to Andrew.P.Wilensky@dos.nh.gov.

Related topic: Child dead after crash on Route 16 in Albany, state police say

The New Hampshire State Police reported on Saturday that a collision that occurred on Route 16 in Albany resulted in the death of a youngster. The crash took place on Friday evening at 5:20 local time in the vicinity of mile marker 72,2, which is close to Town Hall Road. According to the police, a 2018 Ford F550 was traveling south on Route 16 when it collided with a 2020 Kia, and the collision with the Kia was followed by a collision with a 2015 Volvo. According to the state police, one of the children inside the Kia was fatally injured while another youngster and two adults got serious injuries.

The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit was the one to respond to the incident and take the reins of the investigation when they took the lead. According to the New Hampshire State Police, they received assistance from Troop E of the New Hampshire State Police, Action Ambulance, the Conway Fire/EMS Department, and the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department. Trooper First Class Nathaniel Goodwin is asking anybody who witnessed the incident or the events leading up to it to email him at Nathaniel.D.Goodwin@dos.nh.gov. The cause of the crash is still being investigated, and anyone who saw the crash or the events leading up to it is requested to contact him.

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