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November 18, 2016

[C1TROOP] Press Release / VSP-Rutland / Motor Vehicle Crash / Pittsfield, VT / 16C106491 / November 18, 2016

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

PRESS RELEASE

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

 

CASE#: 16C106491                                      

TROOPER: Freire

STATION: Rutland                           

CONTACT#: (802) 773-9101

 

DATE/TIME: November 18, 2016 at approximately 0134 hours

STREET: VT RT 100

TOWN: Pittsfield

LANDMARK AND/OR CROSS STREETS: Fifield Drive

INTERSTATE MILE MARKER: N/A

WEATHER: Clear, dark

ROAD CONDITIONS: Dry, blacktop

 

VEHICLE #1

OPERATOR: Anthony L. Mishoe

AGE: 45    

SEAT BELT: Yes

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

 

VEHICLE YEAR: 2007

VEHICLE MAKE: Ford

VEHICLE MODEL: F550

DAMAGE TO VEHICLE #1: Front end completely destroyed, significant undercarriage damage, front axle separated from vehicle, totaled.

INJURIES: None

HOSPITAL: N/A

 

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

 

On Friday, November 18, 2016 at approximately 0134 hours, members of the Vermont State Police were notified of a single vehicle crash on VT RT 100 in the Town of Pittsfield. Troopers from the Rutland Barracks responded and located the crash at the intersection of VT RT 100 and FiField Drive in the town of Pittsfield.

 

Preliminary investigation revealed that Anthony L. Mishoe was operating his vehicle, traveling South on VT RT 100, at approximately 55 mph. While traveling south, Mishoe attempted to maneuver his vehicle around an animal that had jumped out in front of his vehicle. Mishoe lost control of his vehicle due to the vehicle’s own weight. The vehicle traveled off the roadway where it struck a cement wall on the bank of a stream. The vehicle then became suspended over the stream. The vehicle’s front end was completely destroyed, and the front axle of the vehicle was separated. It was removed from the scene by both Carrara’s towing and Earl’s Truck Repair, as it was not able to be driven from the scene under its own power.

 

PBT%: None

Vermont Civil Violation Complaint: None

COURT ACTION: No