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December 26, 2016

VSP Press Release, Single vehicle crash VT RT 7a Dorset VT

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

CASE#:                  16C304402                          
TROOPER: Sgt. Robert Zink
STATION:             Shaftsbury                         
CONTACT#: 802-442-5421

DATE/TIME:12/26/16 1448 hrs
STREET: VT RT 7a
TOWN: Dorset
LANDMARK AND/OR CROSS STREETS: Harmony lane
INTERSTATE MILE MARKER:
WEATHER:           Icy/freezing rain
ROAD CONDITIONS: Ice

VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR:Neil Herrick
AGE:      86
SEAT BELT? Y/
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: E. Dorset VT

VEHICLE YEAR: 2000
VEHICLE MAKE:Jaguar
VEHICLE MODEL: S Type
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE #1: Front bumper, hood, fenders
INJURIES: None
HOSPITAL: (IDENTIFY)N/A

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

On 12/26/16 the Vermont State Police investigated as single vehicle crash on VT RT 7a near Harmony Lane in Dorset VT.  A single vehicle (2000 Jaguar S Type) had skidded off of VT RT 7a due to icy conditions and collided with a tree.  No injuries were reported in the crash.  The vehicle was towed from the scene due to damage.  Numerous vehicle crashes were investigated during this time period due to freezing rain conditions throughout the area.


PBT%: N/A
MUG SHOT: N
COURT ACTION: N
COURT:N/A
COURT DATE/TIME: 01/01/201X     1300 hours   



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               Sgt. Robert Zink
           Patrol Commander
              Vermont State Police
           Shaftsbury Field Station