Police looking for hit-and-run driver who left man lying in NH street with serious injuries
HAMPTON FALLS — Police are looking for help locating a hit-and-run driver that left a seriously injured man lying in a street late Wednesday night.
Hampton Falls police called the New Hampshire State Police for assistance with the incident about 11:23 p.m. A passing motorist alerted a Seabrook police officer of an, "unconscious male, lying in the street." Police say the Seabrook officer responded to the area of 105 Lafayette Road in Hampton Falls and found a male subject lying on the side of the road with serious injuries.
The Seabrook officer noticed the victim, identified as David Olds, 31, of Haverhill, Mass., had a compound leg fracture and he had a head injury. The Seabrook officer also noticed debris consistent with a car crash in the area of the injured subject. The Seabrook officer contacted Hampton Falls police, who responded to the scene and requested State Police assistance.
Members of New Hampshire State Police Troop A as well as the New Hampshire State Police Collision Accident Reconstruction Unit responded to the scene to investigate the crash.