In Enfield New Hampshire, police are investigating a crash involving a Springfield man who was found with hypothermia in the woods hours after he crashed his car on I-89 in Enfield. Police say that 49-year old James Borneman went off Interstate 89 while travelling southbound on Friday night when he lost control of the car and it rolled over several times.
When police responded to the accident, they couldn’t find Borneman and checked area hospitals and with known family members for the missing man. Hours later, police found tracks leading into the woods and with the help of a K-9 unit, Lebanon police were led to a brook, which Borneman had crossed.
After crossing the brook, police located Borneman on the other side around 3:30 AM, curled up in a fetal position and suffering from hypothermia. The Lebanon Fire Department was called in to employ one of their higher ladders to rescue the man, who was then transported to DHMC for treatment of hypothermia and serious injuries sustained in the crash.