Donna Briggs Death – Obituary News: Retired Hudson Police Sgt. Donna Briggs has died .
We are sad to report that Donna Briggs has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 23. 2021.
Kingston Fire Department 2h · Our department is deeply saddened by the events that took place in Kingston on 9/21/2021. Our deepest condolences are extended to the family and friends of Retired Hudson Police Sgt. Donna Briggs. The police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the driver of this vehicle. If you know something or think you know something please reach out to The NH State Police at 603-223-4381 or The Kingston Police Department at 603-642-5742. Rest In Peace Sgt. Briggs.
Condolences – Comments and Reactions.
Justn Mahlynn wrote
Shouldn’t be too long till they catch the driver. A newly registered Yukon with temp plates. It’s only a matter of time.Dean Arsenault wrote
They should def turn themselves in gonna look worse the more you try and hide it in this day and age you will get caught there is so much technology and cameras out there
Kayla Breanne wrote
This is truly so heartbreaking. Such a senseless tragedy. Prayers for her family, and I’m praying she didn’t suffer.Ken Kelly wrote
If you live in Kingston, Plaistow or any surrounding community and have video cams, please check them for 11:30 and after. They might have driven through your neighborhood.Jennie Sobel wrote
Clearly whoever was driving this vehicle knows that they hit something! I mean look at the damage to the front of the vehicle!! I truly hope this person is found and prosecuted to the fullest extent possible! Also they should be giving a huge apology to this family for such a senseless act
Deb Carter-Skirkey wrote
Seems like NHDMV could solve this quickly. Temp plate. Specific vehicle. I think they just want us to know it’s in the works. I’ll bet the SOB is already in an uncomfortable chair.
Sharon Patenaude wrote
Some one said it had temporary plates on it and it should be way to find out who register this vehicle by the plates from the DMV ,is the facts are correct on this car now .I hope they find this person and deal with them in court and have justice for the family of this poor women struck down in her prime of her life .
Mike Outil wrote
Should have stopped. But it also could have been the cyclist fault. Let’s wait for all the facts to come out.
Melissa Reed Ritchey wrote
This is so awful! I hope they are caught and prosecuted to the fullest extent! They knew they hit her.. I pray she didn’t suffer all day.
Douglas Palmer wrote
I am inclined to believe this is a 2000-2003 Yukon vs the later years, due to the tail lights and wheels. While these are easily changed items, and the 2004-2006 should not be ruled out, it may help narrow things down a bit. That color looks like the 2000-2003 Indigo Blue Metallic or 2004-2006 Deep Blue Metallic. Matt Smith, can you chime in?
Fred Giuffrida wrote
This officer was well liked and respected in Hudson and this low life would be well-served to turn themselves in. There is no way they get away with this.
Melissa Georgopolis wrote
Nightmare. I am so saddened and angry at the same time! Just to fathom the idea that if she got help, she might have survived…. Driving away and not even calling 911 as your going down the road…just leaving her there. I am BEYOND disgusted with the lack of empathy!
Larry Rice Jr. wrote
I’m going with Florida or Georgia if they also have no front tag. I don’t believe anything that clean is a northeast vehicle. That’s a LOT of damage and the bumper looks untouched. It could be argued that the damage was caused by rear ending or being backed into by a flatbed vehicle and isn’t connected to this at all in the absence of dna or clearer pictures.
Chris Melcher wrote
I bet and put money on it the driver was DUI that why kept going still don’t make it right to leave scene of an accident hope when they find driver they get what coming to them .
Jane Rosa DL wrote
I would be calling all the autobody shops around all over with this description. in case someone comes in saying it was ” hitting a deer crossing the road or something”
Jenna Garnett wrote
Literally cannot imagine running over another human being and not stopping. What the hell is wrong with people. That is SO sad. That was somebody’s, somebody .
Laura Poole wrote
Maybe near by houses have
Cameras that have better/ clearer pictures than these. I know my cameras are very detailed. People in this area could check footage now that they know what vehicle it is.
Ron Bouchard wrote
Forward this to mass stpd and all the southern nh collision shops . That truck is going to surface for repairs sooner or later . NHADA is another one one to forward this too , they will forward it to all the shops I’m sure.
NOT AN OBITUARY .