Man in hospital following Killington crashFebruary 02,2014Staff Report
KILLINGTON - A three-car crash sent a New York man to the hospital Friday night.
State police said 58-year-old Nancy Humlicek of South Windsor, Conn., was driving on Killington Road in a Subaru Forester when she crossed the center line and struck a Nissan Altima driven by Francis Piccirillo, 51, of Islip, N.Y.
Humlicek’s vehicle rolled over and struck a Honda CRV driven by Lois Saccomanno, 62, of Brewster, N.Y, according to police.
The crash sent Piccirillo to Rutland hospital with a possible broken arm and neck injuries, police said. He was treated and released, according to a spokeswoman from the hospital.
Police said Humlicek and Piccirillo’s vehicles were totaled in the crash, while Saccomanno’s car sustained damage to its driver’s side. At the time of the crash, the road was dry, according to police.
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