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Two Women Fatalities, Two Hurt in Vermont Interstate 91 Collision

Published in on March 11, 2024

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A somber scene unfolded on a Vermont highway as two young women lost their lives in a devastating vehicular accident. The incident took place on a stretch of Interstate 91 in Barnet, where the vehicle, a Nissan Versa, was discovered overturned and in contact with a tree. Officials identified the deceased as 27-year-old Jessica Norrie and 28-year-old Bryana Gillis, both hailing from St. Johnsbury.

Emergency teams arrived at the site of the crash on Saturday, where state troopers assessed the tragic situation. Of the four occupants in the totaled car, Norrie and Gillis were pronounced dead at the scene. The surviving passengers, 44-year-old Christian Montandon of Bradford, and 29-year-old Richard Kendall III from St. Johnsbury, sustained injuries of varying degrees. Montandon, who suffered severe injuries, is receiving medical attention at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, while Kendall, with minor injuries, was transported to Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital for care.

The cause of the accident is yet to be determined, with ongoing investigations by Vermont State Police. Initial findings reveal that the car veered from the roadway before making the lethal impact with the tree. Investigators have also confirmed that none of the four passengers were secured with seatbelts at the time of the mishap.

To shed more light on this tragedy, authorities are urging potential eyewitnesses to offer their accounts.

Source: Hoodline

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