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Sat November 2, 2013
N.H. State Senator Strikes Pedestrian With Car In Portsmouth
New Hampshire police say a state senator may have suffered a medical problem before her car went over a curb and struck a pedestrian in Portsmouth.
Police say the 67-year-old pedestrian was taken to the hospital Friday night with what appeared to be non-life-threatening injuries.
Police told the Portsmouth Herald that 71-year-old Sen. Martha Fuller Clark allegedly blacked out before the accident.
Authorities say she was alert and conscious when police arrived.