Hudson - Litchfield News January 21, 2011 - 5
Driver Walks Away from Crash, Charged submitted by Hudson Police Department
On Friday evening, January 14, at approximately 10:40 p.m., Hudson Police and Fire Departments responded to a one- vehicle crash at 60 Kimball Hill Road. The resident reported that the vehicle was in the front yard and the driver had walked away. The vehicle, a 1997 Acura, was traveling north on Kimball Hill Road at an apparent high rate of speed when it left the road and struck a tree before coming to rest almost on the front porch of the residence. The driver was stopped on Kimball Hill Road near the scene and identified as Scott Dow, 28, of Hudson. Dow was found to have minor cuts and
was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated (second offense), Operating After Suspension, and a Bench Warrant. Dow was treated for the minor injuries.
He was held on $1,000 cash bail and was scheduled for arraignment on Tuesday, January 18, in Nashua District Court.
Vehicle Slides Off Road, Hits Tree, Driver Charged with DWI
submitted by Hudson Police Department Mary Day
On January 15 at 6:44 p.m., members of the Hudson Police and Fire Departments responded to Wason Road near Hunter Lane for a single motor- vehicle accident. Upon the officers&#x2019; arrival, contact was made with the driver of the vehicle identified as Mary Day, 56, of Hudson. An on-scene investigation determined that Day was
traveling east on Wason Road in a 2003 Ford Taurus. In the area of Hunter Lane, the vehicle slid off the roadway and struck a tree along the eastbound lane of Wason Road. Day was alone in the vehicle, was not injured, and she was wearing a seatbelt. Subsequently, as the investigation into the accident continued,
Day was arrested for Aggravated DWI. Day was processed at the Hudson Police Department and released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail until her court date at Nashua District Court on February 2.
Clear Snow from Second Exits During Storms
New Hampshire State Fire Marshal Bill Degnan reminds everyone to clear the snow from your second exit door. These doors are all too often forgotten and in an emergency, you may not be
able to open it against the snow. He reminds us of a fire in Strafford where three people lost their lives because the second exit door was blocked with snow and ice.
Murray, President of the New Hampshire Association of Fire Chiefs, ask residents to adopt a fire hydrant and clear it of snow, which may help firefighters gain quick access to the water in a fire emergency at your home.
Also, don&#x2019;t forget to check your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.
Outdoors License Study
Get your New Hampshire 2011 hunting/fishing license yet? A new study funded by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and carried out by Southwick Associates has found that the pool of American hunters is much larger than previously thought. This discovery can lead to major conservation and economic benefits. If many &#x201C;casual hunters&#x201D; (hunters that do not purchase a hunting license on an annual basis) can be converted into annual license buyers, a major benefit would be realized. This report estimates that 21.8 million Americans hunted at least
once over the past five years. Previous estimates have shown over 14 million youth and adults hunt each year, but not all hunters take to the field every year. Conducted in partnership with 17 state wildlife agencies, the study assessed license sales patterns and found that 78 percent of the U.S. hunters who bought a license in a given year also purchased one again the following year. &#x201C;Considering hunters contribute over $1 billion every year to wildlife conservation via licenses and excise taxes, if half of the hunters who lapsed this year actually bought a license, conservation dollars would have increased by $97 million,&#x201D; reported Rob Southwick, President of Southwick Associates. &#x201C;This estimate doesn&#x2019;t even include the extra dollars possible from increased hunters&#x2019; excise taxes. Considering the limited government dollars allocated for wildlife and the tremendous impact hunters provide to rural communities, increased efforts to boost hunter numbers would make smart conservation and economic sense.&#x201D;
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