Man charged in Randolph crashFebruary 18,2013RANDOLPH — A 19-year-old Vermont man is being held on $25,000 bail for drunken driving and other charges following a crash that seriously injured two passengers in his pickup.
Vermont State Police say Kyle Larrabee of Roxbury was behind the wheel when he crashed into a guardrail in Randolph at about 4 a.m. Sunday.
Police say Larrabee was running away from the crash scene down an embankment when Randolph officers arrived.
Officials say 21-year-old Eric Parker, of Barre, was hospitalized with serious facial injuries, and that a female passenger sustained potential life-threatening injuries.
Police say Larrabee is charged with driving under the influence with serious injury resulting, gross negligent operation, leaving the scene of an accident and driving with a suspended license.
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