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July 10, 2016

Press Release // VSP - St. Albans // 16A203013 // Fatal ATV Crash

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

PRESS RELEASE

FATAL ATV CRASH

               

CASE#: 16A203013

TROOPER: Olson                                                              

STATION: St. Albans                     

CONTACT#: 802-524-5993

 

DATE/TIME: 06/22/16 - 2230

LOCATION: Pumpkin Village Road, Fairfield, VT

 

VEHICLE #1

OPERATOR: Dylan Stone (Deceased)

Age: 21

Address: Fairfield, VT

 

DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: Red Yamaha Grizzly ATV

DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: Minor

 

Weather: Clear and Dry

Road Condition: Dirt Road

 

HOSPITAL: University of Vermont Medical Center                           

 

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

 

On June 22, 2016 at approximately 2230 hours the Vermont State Police were notified of an ATV vs Deer crash on Pumpkin Village Road in Fairfield, VT.  While in route to the incident dispatch advised that the operator, later identified as Dylan Stone, had been injured in the crash.  First responders reported that Stone was unconscious but breathing.  Evidence obtained at the scene point to speed along with alcohol as contributing factors to the severity of the crash.  Stone was initially transported to Northwestern Medical Center but due to the extent of his head injuries was quickly relayed to the University of Vermont Medical Center.  Over the course of the following two weeks Stone remained in a coma until he ultimately succumb to his injuries on July 8, 2016.  Anyone with information regarding the incident are encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police St. Albans Barracks.

 

 

Trooper Nicholas Olson

Vermont State Police – St. Albans

140 Fisher Pond Road

St. Albans, VT 05478

(802) 524-5993

E-mail: Nicholas.Olson@vermont.gov