An 89-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of a collision between a car and a pedestrian, which occurred on Mayhew Turnpike in Bridgewater on the morning of Monday, Sept. 4, police say.
Donald Estes of Bridgewater was struck by a 2003 Subaru Legacy, which was traveling northbound and veered into the breakdown lane where he was walking.
The driver of the Subaru, a 16-year-old whose identity is being withheld due to their age, is currently under investigation.
Bridgewater Police Department responded to the incident at 9:43 AM. Law enforcement officials are urging any potential witnesses of the crash to come forward and contact Trooper First Class Daniel Quartulli at 603- 223-8993. All aspects of the collision remain under investigation. – Newport Dispatch report from police statements.
Drowning on Levi Pond – Sunday shortly before midnight, state police were notified of a drowning on Levi Pond in Groton. Three people went out on the pond on a small boat. The boat overturned. Only two occupants of the boat arrived on shore.
Search efforts for the missing occupant continued through the evening and that individual was not located. But in the early morning hours the Vermont State Police Underwater Recovery Team located the body of Kristopher Perkins, 27, of Thetford, the third and missing occupant of the boat. He was pronounced deceased on scene and his body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical examiner for autopsy.
The survivors were Tim Perkins, 57, of Groton, and a juvenile.
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