HUDSON, N.H. (AP) — Police in Hudson, N.H., say a man was driving too fast when he was trying to make a turn, crashing his car into another vehicle and injuring two people.

Jonathan Osborne of Hudson was cited for unreasonable speed and for driving without a valid license following the accident Sunday afternoon in front of JD Chasers Bar & Grill.

Police said the other driver, 42-year-old Christopher Labrador, had stopped while trying to exit Merryfield Park, which is adjacent to JD Chasers. Police said the 23-year-old Osborne was trying to turn left into the Chasers parking lot.

Labrador and 48-year-old passenger Deborah Labrador, both of Lowell, Mass., were taken to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries.

Osborne was not injured.