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- At 12:05 p.m., the Windham County Sheriff's Office arrested Miteshkum Patel, 20, of Jersey City, N.J., and Vinay Kathiria, 21, of Belleville, N.J. after an officer observed the two vehicles they were operating pass the line of cars they were following and accelerate to 67 mph in the posted 30-mph speed zone in Newfane Village. Following the traffic stop both operators were released on citations to appear in the Windham Superior Court, Criminal Division at a later date. Both were also issued civil traffic tickets for the speed violations.
- At 8:37 p.m., the Vermont State Police Westminster responded to a report of a single-vehicle crash on Route 30 in Newfane. Vermont State Police arrived on scene and observed a 1997 Mercedes 500 crashed into an embankment. During the investigation, it was determined that Elizabeth Dery, 64, of Townshend, was the operator of the vehicle. Dery was transported to Grace Cottage Hospital in Townshend and later transported Dartmouth Medical Center for severe injuries. Alcohol and speed were determined to be factors in this case. If anyone has any information on this case, contact Trooper Eyles at the Vermont State Police Westminster Barracks at 802-722-4600.
- Vermont State Police were called to a report of a single-vehicle crash at the intersection of Vermont Route 11 and Thompsonburg Road in Londonderry. Investigation revealed that the operator, Shari Cabral, 43, of South Londonderry, was traveling eastbound on Route 11 when she observed a vehicle traveling westbound cross into her lane. This caused her to lose control of the vehicle and crash. The operator sustained minor injuries and declined transport by rescue services.
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