Rush hour crash in downtown Rockingham

Staff report

 

ROCKINGHAM — Two vehicles suffered damage when one appeared to side swipe another shortly after 5 p.m. Monday in downtown Rockingham.

The incident occurred at the intersection of East Washington and South Hancock streets in front of Rocking Trends Consignment Boutique, where store owner Amber Marcengill was on the clock and had a camera nearby.

It was unknown if either driver was injured in the incident. Officers with the Rockingham Police Department and firefighters from the Rockingham Fire Department responded to the scene.

Photo by Amber Marcengill Two vehicles suffered damage when one appeared to side swipe another shortly after 5 p.m. Monday in downtown Rockingham.

Photo by Amber Marcengill
Two vehicles suffered damage when one appeared to side swipe another shortly after 5 p.m. Monday in downtown Rockingham.

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