A 63-year-old Cornish, New Hampshire woman was uninjured Tuesday night after her midsized truck slid off a local roadway and down a steep embankment.
According to Cornish Police, Mary Jo Miller lost control of her truck while driving along Center Road shortly after 5:30 Tuesday evening, narrowly missing several large trees as she slid down a steep embankment before coming to rest at the bottom.
Crews from both the Cornish Fire and Rescue Departments, as well as Golden Cross Ambulance assisted officers on the scene and Miller’s vehicle was towed by Plainfield Sales and Service.
It is not known what caused Miller to lose control of her vehicle, though police say they do not anticipate charges to be filed.
Authorities are reminding drivers to use caution while driving at night – even after warmer days – as melting snow can quickly re-freeze on roadways after sunset.