Lyndonville Police Cruiser Damaged After Hitting Curb

LYNDONVILLE- A Lyndonille police cruiser is temporarily out of commission after a crash on Saturday.

 

 

Officer Robert Trucott of the Lyndonville Police Department was responding to a call for assistance at the parking lot of the Price Chopper in Saint Johnsbury, where a possibly armed suspect was refusing to identify himself to police. While pulling in, Trucott hit a curb bordering Route 5 with his Ford Explorer cruiser, damaging the driver's front side suspension and one of the wheels. Trucott was checked over for a possibly minor head injury at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital and released. His cruiser was towed to the Lyndonville police station.

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