Authorities say a Massachusetts police sergeant and his wife were killed in a New Hampshire highway crash involving a driver who was going the wrong way. Police said a pickup truck traveling eastbound on the westbound side of Route 101 in Epping late Thursday crashed into a westbound car. Another westbound driver unable to see the crash ran into the pickup. The car hit by the pickup was driven by 58-year-old John Johnson, a sergeant with the police department in Townsend, Massachusetts. He and his 57-year-old wife, Heidi Johnson, died. They lived in New Ipswich, New Hampshire. The pickup driver, identified as 31-year-old Ryan Kittredge, of Derry, suffered serious injuries and was taken to a Boston hospital. The driver who crashed into the...
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Mass. Police Sergeant, Wife Killed in Wrong-way Highway Crash in Epping