Kevin P. Buote identified as victim of head-on crash on Route 16

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Sean Hayhurst identified as Chesapeake fatal vehicle crash

Kevin P. Buote Death – On Tuesday, a fatal head-on collision occurred on Route 16, and the driver who was killed has been identified as a man from Massachusetts. Occurring around 11 a.m. in the area of Pine River Pond Road in Ossipee, the two-vehicle accident was caused, according to the police, by a car traveling northbound that crossed the centerline and collided with a vehicle traveling southbound.

Victim identified

Kevin P. Buote, 58, from Plymouth, Massachusetts, was driving the vehicle that was heading southbound when it was involved in the accident. He was pronounced dead at the scene, and his passenger was transported to a nearby hospital for medical treatment. In addition, the driver of the vehicle traveling in the opposite direction, northbound, was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of injuries.

Further information

The affected portion of the highway was shut to all traffic for a period of several hours while other routes were established for the flow of vehicles. An inquiry into the circumstances leading up to the collision is currently being carried out. Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who may be driving a vehicle equipped with a dashcam is urged to get in touch with New Hampshire State Police Troop E or Trooper Andrew Wilensky at (603)323-3333.

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

According to the New Hampshire State Police, a child was killed in a collision on Route 16 near Albany on Saturday. The collision occurred on Friday at approximately 5:20 p.m. near milepost 72.2, which is close to Town Hall Road. According to police, a 2018 Ford F550 was going south on Route 16 when it struck a 2020 Kia, which then struck a 2015 Volvo. State police reported that two people, two children, and one youngster in the Kia died and suffered significant injuries.

In response, the Collision Analysis & Reconstruction Unit took control of the inquiry. According to state police, they received assistance from the Carrol County Sheriff’s Department, Action Ambulance, Conway Fire/EMS Department, and New Hampshire State Police Troop E. Anyone with information about the crash’s cause or the circumstances that led up to it can get in touch with Trooper First Class Nathaniel Goodwin at

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