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Bay State officer killed in wrong-way crash in N.H

5 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

A Bay State police sergeant and his wife were killed in a horrific crash involving a wrong-way driver in Epping, N.H., last night, police report.
Epping, N.H., wrong-way crash Thursday night kills couple.
The 11:41 p.m. crash killed John Johnson, 58, and his wife Heidi Johnson, 57, New Hampshire State Police report. John Johnson was a veteran police sergeant in Townsend, Mass.
“Our thoughts are with the Townsend Police Dept and the Johnson family during this difficult time. We thank Sergeant John Johnson and his wife Heidi for their service to the community,” N.H. state police tweeted...
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Veteran police officer, wife killed in head-on crash

Veteran police officer, wife killed in head-on crash

5 monthes ago   |   By WMUR

A veteran police officer and his wife were killed in a wrong-way crash overnight on Route 101 in Epping.
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Police officer, wife killed in wrong-way crash

Police officer, wife killed in wrong-way crash

5 monthes ago   |   By WCVB

A Massachusetts police sergeant and his wife were struck and killed by a wrong-way driver.
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Police sergeant, wife, killed in wrong-way highway crash

Police sergeant, wife, killed in wrong-way highway crash

5 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

EPPING, N.H. - 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...
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