A pickup truck crashed into a house in Northumberland along Lancaster Road/Route 3 in the early morning hours yesterday, marking an incident that Northumberland police said was a first-of-its-kind for local law enforcement and first responders. It also resulted in the arrest of the passenger, who was wanted on charges out of Nashua. The vehicle came across the lawn and hit a berm and bounced right up into the structure and moved it about an inch on the foundation. The truck ended up being lodged in the house, a few feet off the ground. Charges for the driver might be speed-related, but the investigation is not complete. The passenger who was taken into custody by Northumberland police was Joshua Dionne, 32, who was wanted by the Nashua Police Department. He was released to the Nashua Police Department and transported to its facility.
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