Update: Police say Manchester man, Massachusetts woman hurt in accident

  • Ben Conant PhotoTwo people were airlifted, one from Massachusetts and another from Mancester, after a motorcycle hit a car in Temple last Tuesday.

Monday, September 04, 2017

Police have identified the riders injured in an Aug. 29 motorcycle accident in Temple.

Eric. St. Hilaire, 31 of Manchester and Brittni Flury, 27, of Oakham, Massachusetts suffered serious injuries and were taken by helicopter to receive medical treatment after an accident on Route 101 between Powers Road and Sara Drive, according to Temple-Greenville Police Chief James McTague.

St. Hilaire and Flury were flown to the Nashua Airport, where St. Hilaire was then taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, according to officials there. As of Friday, St. Hilaire was in intensive care. McTague could not provide information on Flury’s condition or where she was taken.

According to police, a pair of motorcycles were headed eastbound around 4 p.m. as a Chevy Impala was headed west. According to witnesses, one of the motorcycles, which was carrying St. Hilaire and Flury, crossed the center line, McTague said.

The driver of the Impala, 83-year-old Peterborough resident William Summers, was uninjured, though his vehicle suffered damage and was towed from the scene and the front windshield smashed in on the passenger side.

McTague said alcohol was not a factor in the crash. He expected to wrap up his investigation Friday, then send his findings to a Hillsborough County attorney, who would decide any charges.