Shortly after 9 pm Saturday, July 10, police and rescue workers responded to a multiple vehicle crash with a moose on Interstate 91 in Sheffield. The occupants of the vehicles suffered minor injuries.
Preliminary investigation revealed that the Toyota Camry operated by Christine Owre, 82 first struck the moose head on. After The Camry struck the moose, the moose landed on a Toyota Tundra operated by Stacey Sorrell, 60, of Florida. After the Camry’s collision, it crashed into a guardrail. After the Tundra’s collision, it went over the guardrail off the road and rolled over down a 40 foot embankment.
Both drivers and several other occupants of these two vehicles were transported the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital for minor injuries. There was also a small dog name Pebbles in the Tundra that was not harmed from the crash.
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