LONDONDERRY, N.H. (CBS) – One person died and a young girl was injured Monday night when a car crashed into a New Hampshire home and caused significant damage.

According to the Londonderry Fire Department, crews were called to Nashua Road just after 9 p.m. on Monday when a car smashed into the kitchen area of a house.

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Investigators said the car was driving eastbound on Route 102 at a high rate of speed when it crashed into the home, went airborne over a car that was parked in the driveway, and landed about 40 feet away after hitting a car that was in the garage.

A home was deemed uninhabitable and two people were hospitalized after a Londonderry Crash. (Image Credit: Londonderry Fire Department)

A home was deemed uninhabitable and two people were hospitalized after a Londonderry Crash. (Image Credit: Londonderry Fire Department)

The driver, identified as 59-year-old Allan Lee of Nashua, N.H., was extricated from his car and put into an ambulance. He went into cardiac arrest, but was revived by paramedics on scene.

Lee was transported to Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

“This accident remains under investigation, however at this time it is believed that excessive speed as well as drug related impairment may have played a role,” police said on Tuesday afternoon.

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A driver crashed into a Londonderry, N.H., home and hit two cars in the area. (Image Credit: Londonderry Fire Department)

A driver crashed into a Londonderry, N.H., home and hit two cars in the area. (Image Credit: Londonderry Fire Department)

Six people who were inside the house were outside when firefighters arrived.

A four-year-old girl who was closest to the kitchen area suffered a head injury and some cuts from scattered debris. She was transported to a nearby hospital and released on Monday night.

The house was secured, but is uninhabitable.

A fund has been set up to help the family. Interested donors can send money to:

St. Mary’s Bank
c/o Randy Scanlon and Kendall Yeagar
14 Spruce Street
Nashua, NH

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