Cars Stacked After Crash At Manchester, NH Bank
MANCHESTER, NH (CBS) – A driving mishap outside a Manchester, New Hampshire bank left a minivan on top of another car. Amazingly, no one was seriously injured.
Fire officials say a woman in her seventies was withdrawing money from the ATM at St. Mary’s Bank on Hooksett Road.
That woman, Louise Huppe 74, apparently thought she had put her minivan was in drive, but it was in reverse.
When Huppe hit the gas, the van reversed and catapulted onto the car behind her.
Michael Nadeau of Goffstown, NH was driving that car. His two teenage sons were in the vehicle along with his wife, Sheila Nadeau, 37.
Sheila Nadeau was transported to the Elliot Hospital with a minor leg injury.
Police say inattention on the part of Huppe appears to be the primary contributing factor in the crash.