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March 7, 2017

Press Release/ Vermont State Police/ Motor Vehicle Collision/ 17A101057

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

PRESS RELEASE

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

 

CASE#: 17A101057                                                          

RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME: Corporal Andrew W. Leise

STATION: VSP Williston                                

CONTACT#: 1-802-878-7111

 

DATE/TIME: March 7, 2017/ 1318

STREET: VT Route 104

TOWN: Cambridge

LANDMARK AND/OR CROSS STREETS: North of VT Route 15

INTERSTATE MILE MARKER: N/A

WEATHER: Cloudy

ROAD CONDITIONS: Dry

 

VEHICLE #1

OPERATOR: Sierra L. Camley

AGE: 22

SEAT BELT? Y

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: St. Albans, VT

 

VEHICLE YEAR: 2012

VEHICLE MAKE: Chevy

VEHICLE MODEL: Cruz

DAMAGE TO VEHICLE #1: Significant front end and undercarriage contact damage

INJURIES: None

HOSPITAL: N/A

 

SUMMARY OF CRASH: On March 7, 2017 VSP Williston Troopers responded to a one vehicle collision on VT Route 104 in Cambridge north of VT Route 15. Through investigation it was found that 22 y/o Sierra L. Camley of St. Albans was traveling south on VT Route 104 when she lost control of her 2012 Chevrolet Cruz. Camley's vehicle exited the roadway where her car collided with a large culvert. Camley suffered no injuries as a result of the collision. Neither speed or impairment were contributing factors but Inattention was. Camley reported she looked down at her purse just prior to the collision. Camley was issued a traffic ticket for failing to maintain control of her vehicle, $220 and 4 total points as the ticket resulted from a collision. Vermont State Police remind motorists to drive safely to prevent serious bodily injury and fatal collisions.