Woman crashes after driving the wrong way on Route 101

New Hampshire State Police said they are investigating a crash on Route 101 on Friday. hit a guardrail several times. State police said they entered the median around Exit 5 before re-entering 101 West as officers attempted to stop the car. Officials said they found it around Exit 3, but it again crossed the median on the east side. Hale drove in the wrong direction and crashed into the guardrail. Police say Hale did not collide with any other drivers and was the only one in the Altima. Route 101 was closed for an hour while authorities dealt with the scene. State police said Candia Police, Auburn Police and Candia Fire/EMS. State police said impaired driving appears to be a factor in the crash and they expect Hale to face charges. Anyone with information can speak to Private First Class Brian Gacek at [email protected]

New Hampshire State Police said they are investigating a crash on Route 101 on Friday.

Police say Jazlyn Hale, 22, of Goffstown, drove erratically east from I-93 in a white Nissan Altima around 4 p.m.

Hale reportedly had “severe lane control issues” and nearly hit a guardrail multiple times.

State police said she drove in the median around Exit 5 before re-entering 101 West as officers attempted to stop the car.

Officials said they found it around Exit 3, but it again crossed the median on the east side. Hale drove in the wrong direction and crashed into the guardrail.

Police say Hale did not collide with any other drivers and was the only one in the Altima.

Route 101 was closed for an hour while authorities dealt with the scene. State police said Candia Police, Auburn Police and Candia Fire/EMS.

State police said impaired driving appears to be a factor in the crash, and they expect Hale to face charges.

Anyone with information can speak to Private First Class Brian Gacek at [email protected]

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