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June 25, 2016

Press Release/ Vermont State Police/ Motor Vehicle Collision/ 16A103111

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH
 
CASE#: 16A103111
TROOPER: Corporal Andrew Leise    
STATION: VSP Williston                    
CONTACT#: 1-802-878-7111

DATE/TIME: June 25, 2016/ 1625 hours
LOCATION: Oak Hill Road, St. George VT


VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR: Michael C. Hadow
AGE: 84    
SEAT BELT? Y
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: St. George, VT
DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2006 Subaru Legacy
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: Moderate front end contact damage


VEHICLE #2
OPERATOR: Alan B. Coe    
AGE: 49      
SEAT BELT? No, Motorycle
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Essex, VT
DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan cruiser motorcycle
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: Moderate front end contact damage


PASSENGER: Kimberly Coe
AGE: 48
SEAT BELT? No, Motorcycle
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Essex, VT


INJURIES:
Operator#1:  None
Operator#2:  Bumps and bruises, road rash
Passenger#2: Bumps and bruises, road rash


HOSPITAL: UVMC Medical Center  
WEATHER: Clear 
ROAD COND: Dry


SUMMARY OF CRASH: On June 25, 2016 at approximately 1625 hours VT State Police Williston Troopers responded to a car vs. motorcycle collision on Oak Hill Road in the Town of St. George. Investigation at the scene revealed that Operator#1, Michael C. Hadow was attempting to pull out of his private driveway. While doing so, Hadow encroached upon operator#2, Alan Coe's path of travel. Both Coe and his passenger were subsequently ejected from their motorcycle. Coe and his passenger were transported to UVMC with non-incapacitating injuries. Neither speed, nor impairment were found to be contributing factors. Vermont State Police were assisted at the scene of the collision by the Williston Police Department, Hinesburg Fire Dept,as well as St. Michael's Rescue.