The driver who died in a New Hampshire crash that also injured a woman and two children and left their car badly mangled Tuesday has been identified.
New Hampshire State Police identified him Wednesday as Paul DiChiara, a 27-year-old from Newton, New Hampshire. They didn't share information on the identities or updated conditions of the other three people in the East Kingston crash — a woman who was airlifted to a hospital in the Boston area and two young children, 3 years old and 9 months old, who suffered serious injuries.
DiChiara was pronounced dead at the scene of the single-vehicle crash, police have previously said.
They have yet to share what investigators believe caused the incident.
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The crash, which left DiChiara's car apparently split in two on a home's front yard, happened around 1:40 p.m. on Burnt Swamp Road in East Kingston, according to New Hampshire State Police.
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At least two roads in the area were closed after the crash.