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July 26, 2016

Press Release - Crash

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH
                                                                                     
CASE#: 16D000574

TROOPER: Hashim                                       STATION: Westminster                       CONTACT#:802-254-2382

DATE/TIME: 07/25/2016, 4:08pm.

LOCATION (specific): Mile marker 9, northbound, I-91, Brattleboro.

VEHICLE #1 OPERATOR: Ms. Liara Goldman        AGE: 30      SEAT BELT? Yes
                                                
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Alexandria, NH

DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: Silver 2013 Toyota Rav4

DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: Damage to front bumper and hood; total loss.


INJURIES
V#1 Operator was transported to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for possible fractures. Passenger was also transported to BMH for possible fractures.

HOSPITAL: Brattleboro Memorial Hospital               
WEATHER:    Clear
ROAD COND: Clear

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

On 07/25/2016, at approximately 4:08pm, members of the Vermont State Police responded to the area of mile marker 9, northbound, on Interstate 91 for a report of a single motor-vehicle crash. It was reported that a vehicle had exited the roadway, crashed into a tree, and its occupants were entrapped.
            Members of the Brattleboro Fire Department were able to successfully extricate both the operator and the passenger. Both occupants were transported to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital to be checked for injuries. Both occupants were wearing their seatbelts, and no life threatening injuries were reported.
            This crash is still under investigation, and any witnesses are urged to contact the Vermont State Police.