CONCORD, NH — Concord firefighters, busy at potential COVID-19 calls in the city as well as calls in Penacook, received a helping hand from Bow firefighters and the Tri-Town Ambulance after a two-vehicle crash on Friday.
At just past 5:30 p.m., police and firefighters were sent to Pleasant Street and Langley Parkway for a head-on collision between a Ford Flex and a Toyota Corolla, with entrapment. Fire dispatch requested Bow and Tri-Town EMS, which serves Allenstown, Hooksett, and Pembroke, for mutual aid to the city.
Two people were freed from the Corolla and taken to Concord Hospital, right across the street.
The crash scene was cleared at just before 7 p.m.
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