Zachary Nardini, 24, of Windham, was recently involved in a severe car accident on April 4th, 2020, on Old Landfill Road in Hudson. According to the investigating officers, the driver, Zachary, was driving under the influence alcohol and is currently facing serious charges. The driver will be presented in front of the superior court on May 7th, 2020.
The lead investigating officer, Lt. Bryan Trask of Troop B. Trask, arrived on the scene at 1 am. The New Hampshire State Police were called into Hudson to help with the investigation and backing the local police with the car accident.
According to the initial reports, the driver, Zachary Nardini, was found driving an old Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck from 2013 on the road, when suddenly his motor functions gave up due to the high alcohol content in his blood. According to the reports, the driver lost control of the car and crashed it into a nearby telephone pole. Upon impact, the driver was expelled through the right side of the vehicle. However, he was not alone.
There was a female passenger in the passenger’s seat alongside the drunk driver. The 23-year-old female passenger suffered severe injuries, but nothing too grave to cause life-long or life0-threatening consequences. She was immediately rushed to the nearby hospital, Southern NH Medical Center, where the doctors were successful in treating her injuries and saving her from anything too serious.
The driver, Zachary Nardini, was evaluated by the medical personnel on the spot, but he was found to be conscious, and he refused transport to the hospital.
According to the leading investigation officer, Lt. Bryan Trask of Troop B. Trask, “The subsequent investigation determined that the contributing factor to the crash was Nardini’s impairment and he was arrested and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated.”
Zachary Nardini was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated and was arrested for the misconduct. However, the driver was later released and will be prosecuted in Hillsborough County South Superior Court on May 7th.
According to the police officers, Hudson rarely sees any severe drunk driving accidents, and this matter will be dealt with accordingly to refrain and discourage other drivers from exhibiting the same behavior in the future. Zachary Nardini will be forced to defend himself on the charges of aggravated driving under the influence in front of the superior court on May 7th, 2020.