One dead, two injured in Concord crash on Hopkinton Road

A blue hatchback and a black sedan at the scene had considerable damage to their fronts, and the sedan lay in the woods off the eastbound lane. Concord The road remained closed Monday afternoon as the police investigation continued.

A blue hatchback and a black sedan at the scene had considerable damage to their fronts, and the sedan lay in the woods off the eastbound lane. Concord The road remained closed Monday afternoon as the police investigation continued. Catherine McLaughlin—Monitor staff

One person died and two more were injured in the 6:45 a.m. crash.

One person died and two more were injured in the 6:45 a.m. crash. Catherine McLaughlin / Monitor staff

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

Monitor staff

Published: 02-12-2024 10:12 AM

Modified: 02-12-2024 5:46 PM


One person died at the scene of a two-vehicle crash on Hopkinton Road near St. Paul’s School on Monday morning, while two others were transported to Concord Hospital with injuries, according to Concord Police.

The collision occurred at the edge of a passing zone just after the westbound turn onto Loop Road. The two vehicles at the scene, a blue hatchback and a black sedan, had considerable damage to their fronts, indicating a head-on crash. The sedan lay in the woods off the eastbound lane.

Concord Police did not identify the individual who died, pending notification of family. Police did not specify the condition of those injured or give other details about the accident.

Concord Police and Fire responded to the scene around 6:45 a.m. and shut down Hopkinton Road, which remained closed throughout much of Monday afternoon as police continued to investigate. Traffic was diverted through Loop Road, a narrow residential street, until Hopkinton Road was reopened around 4 p.m.

If you have information about the crash, contact Concord Police at (603) 225-8600 or the Concord Regional Crimeline at (603) 226-3100.

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