Teen killed in Vermont crashApril 29,2013ENOSBURG — A standout high school basketball player in Vermont has died following a two-vehicle collision.
Police said 17-year-old Brandon Gleason of Enosburg was a front passenger in a Jeep when it collided with a pickup Friday night on Route 105 in Enosburg.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said Gleason later died at a St. Albans hospital. Gleason was a senior at Enosburg Falls High School and was the state’s Mountain Division player of the year this past season.
Capt. Jay Sweeny of the sheriff’s office told WPTZ-TV that the driver of the pickup, 53-year old Patrick Prue of Franklin, was charged with driving under the influence, but that it hasn’t been determined who was at fault in the crash.
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