Pedestrian Struck In Hartland; Police Say Driver Didn’t Stop

November 19, 2012

in Hartland,News

Vermont State Police received a 911 call Saturday about an accident involving a pedestrian in Hartland.
Barnard Town Constable Wesley Henning was the first on the scene and told police that a pedestrian ran out of fuel in his truck and pulled to the side of the road at US Rte 5. The pedestrian was trying to refuel his truck when a vehicle swiped him and continued to drive away.
Police say that the pedestrian, Dean Mason of Meredith, New Hampshire, was sent to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical center with a compound fracture of his femur and head injuries. Police are asking the public’s help in locating the vehicle that struck Mason. The vehicle is believed to be a mid-sized black sedan, possible a Honda or Nissan.
If anyone has information about this situation, they are asked to call the Royalton barracks at (802) 234-9933.


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