Woman succumbs to crash injuriesFebruary 19,2013Woman succumbs to crash injuries
GUILFORD — An elderly Dummerston woman died last week from injuries she received three days earlier in a car crash on Weatherhead Hollow Road.
Vermont State Police said Jean Anderson, 94, died at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Feb. 10, three days after the Feb. 7 accident.
Police said Mary Evelyn Lunge, 62, of Hinsdale, N.H., said she fell asleep and hit a tree during the midday accident. Lunge received a concussion in the accident, as well as cracked ribs. Anderson was airlifted to the Lebanon, N.H., hospital for more serious injuries.MORE IN This Just InA medical emergency at the West Rutland School this morning triggered a flood of phone calls from... Full Story
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