SEABROOK, N.H. — One woman is dead after being ejected from her car near 43 Railroad Avenue in Seabrook Tuesday afternoon.
Around 1:30 p.m., officers located a white SUV in the middle of the road and a female victim laying in the roadway. She was later identified as 35-year-old Rachel Frost of Hampton.
Bystanders were performing CPR on Frost when officers arrived. Seabrook officers continued performing CPR until fire crews arrived on the scene. The Frost was transported to the Seabrook Emergency Room where she was pronounced dead.
A preliminary investigation shows that Frost was traveling westbound on Railroad Avenue in a 2019 Hyundai Tucson and failed to notice a curve in the road. The car crossed the eastbound lane before striking a tree, rolling over, ejecting Frost, and coming to rest in the roadway.
A dog in the car was transported to a veterinarian to be evaluated.
Railroad Avenue was closed for approximately one hour while officers investigated the incident.
This incident remains under investigation. Anyone with additional information on this case should contact Officer John Mounsey at the Seabrook Police Department 603-474-5200.