SALEM, N.H. —Three people suffered serious injuries in a crash Sunday morning on Interstate 93 in Salem.
Police say a preliminary investigation indicates a red 2003 Ford Expedition was traveling southbound when the driver lost control and left the roadway around 5:30 a.m.
The car drove through several feet of guardrail before rolling over multiple times and coming to rest in a cluster of trees.
All three people sustained life-threatening injuries and had to be extricated from the car.
The driver was flown to Massachusetts General Hospital from the crash site. One passenger was transported by ground to Holy Family Hospital in Methuen, but was transferred to Massachusetts General Hospital.
One person was taken to Lawrence General Hospital, but was transferred to Tufts Medical Center.
The last extrication took more than an hour, officials said.
The names of the victims have not been released. The crash is still under investigation.