More details on this morning's collision on Route 101A.
The accident included a Ford Taurus operated by Katherine Briefs, 20, of Nashua, and a Honda Accord operated by Erik Furmark, 43, of Milford.
Briefs and three juvenile passengers were transported to Southern NH Medical Center in Nashua with non-life threatening injuries.
Furmark was transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua with non-life threatening injuries.
The accident is under investigation. Any witnesses to the collision are encouraged to contact Lt. James Brace at the Amherst Police Department.
Three children and two adults were sent to the hospital after a two-car collision Thursday morning.
The passengers identities have not yet been released, but one young girl may have sustained more serious injuries, according to Amherst Fire Chief Mark Boynton.
The accident occurred in front of Bentley's Roast Beef on Route 101A around 10:35 a.m., when one of the vehicles was t-boned while trying to turn onto Truell Road.
Amherst Fire, Police and EMS responded to the scene, as well as ambulance from Milford, Merrimack and Hollis to transport the injured passengers.
Amherst Police have yet to uncover the cause of the accident and have not been informed of the extent of the injuries as of yet, according to Lt. James Brace.
The road was cleared by 1 p.m. in the afternoon.