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May 13, 2020

New Haven Barracks / single vehicle crash

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

NEWS RELEASE

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

CASE#: 20B501147

RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME:  Cpl. J. Busby

STATION: Vermont State Police - New Haven

CONTACT#: 802-388-4919

DATE/TIME: 05/13/20 @ 0724 hours

STREET: VT RT 116 South

TOWN: Bristol

LANDMARK AND/OR CROSS STREETS: Cobble Road

WEATHER: Clear

ROAD CONDITIONS: Dry pavement, free from debris

VEHICLE #1

OPERATOR: Ginni Lyles

AGE: 31

SEAT BELT? Y

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Bristol, VT

VEHICLE YEAR: 2017

VEHICLE MAKE: GMC

VEHICLE MODEL: Acadia

DAMAGE TO VEHICLE #1: Totaled

INJURIES: None

HOSPITAL: UVM

 

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

 

On 05/13/20 at approximately 0724 hours, Troopers from the Vermont State Police were detailed to the area of VT RT 116 South near Cobble Road in the Town of Bristol for a reported traffic crash involving a single vehicle. Upon arrival to the area it was learned the female operator (G. Lyles) was entrapped in her vehicle and was unconscious.

Preliminary investigation indicated Lyles was traveling southbound at an unknown speed. Lyles vehicle traveled off the road and collided with a tree and power pole before rolling onto its left side coming to an uncontrolled rest on VT RT 116 South. Members of the Bristol and New Haven Fire Departments arrived and extricated Lyles from her vehicle. Members of the Bristol and Middlebury Rescue arrived and provided emergency first aid and care for Lyles.

Lyles was transported to UVM for evaluation and later released with no serious injuries.