New Hampshire boater, 19, accused of drunken crash that remaining boat in woods

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Police in New Hampshire have arrested a 19-12 months-previous Massachusetts gentleman accused of a drunken boating crash around the weekend that remaining the vessel in the woods. 

Michael Smith, 19, from Hingham, Massachusetts, was arrested and billed with boating even though intoxicated.

The incident allegedly unfolded all over 10 p.m. Saturday on Lake Sunapee – northwest of Concord – near the lake’s yacht club, according to New Hampshire Point out Law enforcement.

“Upon arrival, officers identified a 22’ Mastercraft close to 20 ft on shore resting on a steep hill in trees and brush,” law enforcement reported in a assertion.

“The two occupants were nonetheless in the vessel and were not injured,” the statement additional. 

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The 22′ Mastercraft was found in the trees and bushes off of Lake Sunapee.
(Fb/New Hampshire State Law enforcement)

Police also mentioned the crash was “reportedly listened to throughout the lake at Blodgett Landing in Newbury.”

The two occupants were found uninjured in the vessel.

The two occupants have been uncovered uninjured in the vessel.
(Fb/New Hampshire Point out Law enforcement)

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Investigators say various agencies responded to the scene.

A 19-year-old was arrested and charged with boating while intoxicated. 

A 19-year-old was arrested and billed with boating although intoxicated. 
(Fb/New Hampshire State Law enforcement)

“New Hampshire Point out Law enforcement – Marine Patrol reminds all boaters to sustain a proper lookout and designate a sober operator anytime underway on the public waters,” law enforcement said.

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