Car sticks the landing in New Hampshire crash

No one was injured, state police say

(New Hampshire State Police)
(New Hampshire State Police)

Talk about sticking the landing!

A car traveling on a highway in New Hampshire wound up inverted in the snow on the side of the road Wednesday morning.

A spokesman for the New Hampshire State Police said no one was injured in the one-vehicle crash, which occurred on Route 101 in Exeter at about 8 a.m. ET.

The driver, a 37-year-old woman, was able to extricate herself from the car before police arrived. She told authorities she did not know how she had lost control of the car. The accident remains under investigation.

The New Hampshire Trooper’s Association posted a photo of the accident scene on its Facebook page (seen at right) with the caption, "Operating too fast for the conditions?"

“Stuck the landing though,” Facebook user Bill Ganley replied.

Christine Morrison gave it a 9.5. "Just look at that form," she wrote.

As another user noted, it's not the first time a car has come to rest in the same position in New Hampshire.

In February 2011, a similar accident occurred on Route 93 in Salem, just north of the Massachusetts border:

(Tim Jean/Eagle Tribune via Facebook)
(Tim Jean/Eagle Tribune via Facebook)