Two teenage boys from the Goffstown area turned themselves into police recently, admitting their involvement in a recent car crash, according to an article published in the Union Leader.
The accident occurred about a week earlier on Scoby Road near Manchester. According to police, it appeared the two boys were joyriding with two teenage girls when the boy who was driving lost control of the vehicle. The car crashed into a tree injuring both of the girls. The boys helped the girls out of the car immediately after the accident, and then left the scene.
Police say the boys did not intend to return or to send help when they left. Instead, one of the girls called friends from Manchester to come pick up both of the girls.
Rescue workers did not reach the scene of the New Hampshire car accident, or the two injured victims, for over an hour. When they arrived, one of the girls was unconscious. She was flown to Dartmouth-Hitchcock hospital for treatment of a spinal cord injury, but is expected to recover. The other teen girl was not seriously hurt. She was taken to Elliot Hospital and later released.
Police are investigating whether alcohol or drugs played a role in the accident.
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