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One dead and one injured from crash

In an odd turn of events, one person has died, and a young girl has been injured following a car that crashed into a house. Furthermore, the accident happened Monday night in Londonderry, New Hampshire on Nashua Road right around bedtime. 59-year-old, driver, Allan Lee was speeding on Route 102 when he lost control of his car, and after going airborne struck the kitchen area of the home.

Allen was extracted from his vehicle, yet went into cardiac arrest after paramedics arrived. Luckily he could be revived, yet died later on at a nearby hospital. The cause of the crash is still pending, yet police believe that the mixture of drugs and excessive speed ultimately contributed to the accident. Six people were in the home at the time of the accident, and one four-year-old girl suffered a head injury from the crash. She was treated and released at the hospital that night. Unfortunately, there was extreme damage to the home, and it is now deemed inhabitable.

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