Drew Ceppetelli Car Accident – Obituary: Victim identified fatal rollover crash at Portsmouth Traffic Circle.
One person who died after an early Thanksgiving morning rollover crash at the Portsmouth Traffic Circle that left several others injured is identified as 21-year-old Drew Ceppetelli of Barrington.
Around 1:15 a.m. on Thursday, according to the New Hampshire State Police, troopers responded to a single-vehicle rollover incident near the Portsmouth Traffic Circle and Route 1 Bypass South in Portsmouth.
Tyler Troy, 22, of Northwood was operating a 2018 Porsche Macan when it left the road onto a curbed divider, entered the traffic circle, and then entered the grass median, causing the Porsche to overturn multiple times, according to state police. This occurred as the Porsche was approaching the Portsmouth Traffic Circle on the Route 1 Bypass South.
There were five other passengers in the Porsche in addition to Troy, and several of them were ejected. Four passengers in the car were transferred with critical injuries to Portsmouth Regional Hospital. According to officials, Troy and another person were both brought to Wentworth-Douglass Hospital with non-life-threatening wounds.
At Portsmouth Regional Hospital, one of the victims passed away around five hours after the collision. The victim was Drew Ceppetelli, 21, of Barrington, according to state police.
Shauna Mulkerin, head softball coach at Salve Regina University, verified to WMUR-TV that Ceppetelli was an active member of her squad while she was a student there.