DANVERS (CBS) – A New Hampshire man faces multiple charges after he rolled over his truck with a child inside while allegedly driving impaired.

State police responded to Route 1 northbound in Danvers on Friday just before 12:30 p.m., when a truck rolled over, struck a fire hydrant and caused water to flood roads in the area.

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Fernand R. Fauteux, 27, of Seabrook, N.H., was hospitalized after the crash with non-life threatening injuries, police said. His two-year-old daughter was not injured when the truck rolled over.

Firefighters responded to a Danvers rollover. (WBZ)

Firefighters responded to a Danvers rollover. (WBZ)

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According to police, when Fauteux is discharged he will be booked on charges of operating under the influence of drugs, endangering a child by operating a motor vehicle under the influence, and marked lanes violation.

Due to the flooding from the broken fire hydrant, the right lane of Route 1 was closed for over an hour.

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