Neil Bannister crashed his car on Boutah Road near Alburgh, Vermont after police officers tried to stop him for speeding. Bannister attempted to evade police, resulting in the crash. He suffered minor injuries, and authorities believe alcohol may have been involved.
Mark Foley, 62, was sent to Grace Cottage Hospital Sunday evening following a motorcycle crash on Route 100 in Wardsboro, Vermont. The incident occured just after 5:30 p.m.when Foley swerved off the road and into the soft shoulder, flipping his BMW motorcycle.
Lucas Sienkiewicz, 19, fell asleep while driving on Williston Road when his car hit a tree and rolled down an embankment, almost falling into Muddy Brook near Kennedy Drive. He was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
A car crashed into the Phillips family's house early Saturday morning on Route 15 in Hardwick, police said. Two men in the car were extricated and taken to a hospital, one with serious injuries, and the other stable condition around 1 a.m. No one inside the house was injured.
Police say they Brown driving 90 mph in a 35 mph speed zone in Barton on Saturday night. They followed the motorcycle onto Route 5 until they lost him. An officer found Brown lying in the road near the Pine Crest Motel not long afterwards; he was taken to a hospital and was pronounced dead.
14-year-old Zachary Paroline of East Randolph died Tuesday after a pedestrian crash outside of his home off of Route 14. Paroline had gotten out of a vehicle pulled up next to his family's mailbox off of Route 14 to get the mail.
70-year-old Robert Eastman was found pinned underneath his 1950s-era International Harvester tractor on his property. Eastman was working on an area near his driveway when he lost control of his tractor, which rolled over and down the embankment into a brook.
Freeh was a federal judge in New York ahead of serving as FBI director from 1993 to 2001. State police stated Freeh was taken by helicopter to a New Hampshire hospital following the crash Monday in Barnard, a compact town about 90 miles northwest of Boston.
Langlois was found unresponsive on a bike path in Waterbury. There were not witnesses to the crash. He was wearing a helmet. Langlois was taken to a hospital in Burlington with head and neck injuries where he later died. The death is considered an accident.