A motorist died recently, when his car hit by another vehicle. According to the Wakefield Police Department, the vehicle was carrying 4 Secret Service Agents in Wakefield, New Hampshire.
A Ford Taurus that was travelling to southbound on Route sixteen, found by officers, carrying the special agents which were on-duty. All agents had transferred to a hospital named, Frisbie Memorial Hospital for their treatment, said Chief Kenneth Fifield of Wakefield Police, in his statement. The names of agents still have not released.
This mishap occurred today around 7 p.m. Secret Service officials said in their statement that the injuries can described as non-life-threatening injuries, but serious. They requested to join them as they keep all the victims of this mishap and their families in their prayers and thoughts.
The investigators of Police found a Mercury Sable, the other car, with 3 people inside, which were traveling to northbound. The car had crossed over the yellow solid line and hit its head-on into the Ford Taurus, said police.
Bruce Danforth, the driver of the Sable, forty-five, died on the spot, police said. His 2 passengers – Natasha Meroski, 35 and Kristina Buswell, 21- admitted to a hospital for treatment, said police.
An investigation of the New Hampshire State Police and the Wakefield Police Department and is ongoing jointly.