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HANCOCK

No injuries in collision at three-way

HANCOCK — No one was injured Sunday afternoon after a Jeep and a dump truck collided at the intersection of Main Street, Forest Road and Norway Hill Road near the town fountain.

According to a report from Police Chief Andrew Wood, William Teahan, 70, of Peterborough, who was driving a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee northbound on Forest Road at about 2:13 p.m., failed to yield at the intersection and ran into the side of a 1987 International dump truck driven by John Hill, 71, of Hancock. The dump truck was eastbound on Main Street and making a left turn to go up the hill on Norway Hill Road.

Both drivers were wearing seat belts and were not injured. A passenger and a dog in Teahan’s car were also uninjured.

The Jeep had moderate to major damage to the front end and was towed. The dump truck had minor damage and was driven away.

Teahan was issued a summons, charging him with failure to yield.

Dave Anderson can be reached at 924-7172, ext. 233 or danderson@ledgertranscript.com. He’s on Twitter at @DaveAndersonMLT.

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