2 dead in head-on crash in White River JunctionThe Associated Press | March 07,2013WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont police say two people are dead after a head-on collision in White River Junction.
Hartford Police say a vehicle driven by a 63-year-old Woodstock woman crossed the center line on Route 4 Thursday morning and hit a truck trailer and then an oncoming car.
The woman, whose name has yet been released, and driver of the second car [--] 38-year-old Corey Daniels of Hartford were both killed in the crash.
Police say a 17-year-old passenger in the truck that was towing the trailer suffered severe but not life-threatening injuries. Police say she was not wearing seat belt.
The road was closed for several hours after the crash.MORE IN This Just In
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