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Katelynne Hill - Motor Vehicle Accident



Vt. State Police - 2:25 am Sat Sep 21st, 2019

On 09/21/19 at approximately 0036 hours, Troopers responded to a single-vehicle crash on Cove Road near the intersection with Munger Street in the Town of New Haven.

Initial investigation indicates that Hill (OP#1) was traveling east around a curve when a deer ran into the road. Hill attempted to avoid the deer and subsequently collided with a tree on the side of the roadway.
Hill was transported to Porter Medical Center for minor injuries. The Vermont State Police were assisted on scene by members of the New Haven Fire Department and local Rescue Squads.
Vermont Civil Violation Complaint: N/A
LODGED - LOCATION: N/A
BAIL: N/A
MUG SHOT: N
COURT ACTION: N
COURT: N/A
COURT DATE/TIME: N/A
*Please note: court date and time are subject to change at the discretion of
the court. Please call the criminal court clerk to confirm arraignment time.

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE
NEWS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH
CASE#: 19B502647
RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME: Tpr. Sean Hauter
STATION: New Haven
CONTACT#: (802)388-4919
DATE/TIME: 09/21/19, 0036 hours
STREET: Cove Road
TOWN: New Haven
LANDMARK AND/OR CROSS STREETS: Munger Street
INTERSTATE MILE MARKER: N/A
WEATHER: Clear
ROAD CONDITIONS: Dry, Dirt road
VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR: Katelynne Hill
AGE: 24
SEAT BELT? Y
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Brandon, VT
VEHICLE YEAR: 2011
VEHICLE MAKE: Honda
VEHICLE MODEL: Pilot
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE #1: Totaled, Front end & Driver's side contact damage
INJURIES: Facial lacerations, minor burn marks
HOSPITAL: Porter Medical Center

Relevant Address(es):
Brandon, VT 05733 (Set as Local)

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