Killington: Rt. 4 Moose Car Collision

Update: According to Woodstock Early Bird Diana Brown, who came upon the scene after the accident, the moose died in this accident. 

 

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE
PRESS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

CASE#: 13C103354
TROOPER: McNulty
STATION: Rutland
CONTACT#: (802)773-9101

DATE/TIME: June 15, 2913 @ 2116 hours
LOCATION: US RT 4, Killington, VT

VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR: Maurice A. Hebert
AGE: 65
SEAT BELT? Y
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Middlesex, VT
DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2012 Jeep Wrangler
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: Impact damage on front, passenger side, and rear.

INJURIES
V # / NAME / CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE / AGE / SEAT BELT? / NATURE OF INJURY
1 / Maurice A. Hebert / Middlesex, VT / 65 / Y / Minor scrapes
1 / Rosemary Hebert / Middlesex, VT / 63 / Y / Minor scrapes
1 / Juvenile / Randolph, VT / 15 / Y / No injury
HOSPITAL: N/A
WEATHER: Good
ROAD COND: Dry

SUMMARY OF CRASH:
On June 15, 2013, at approximately 2116 hours, members of the Vermont State Police from the Rutland Barracks responded to a single vehicle vs moose collision on US RT 4 in Killington (VT).

Upon arrival, State Police spoke with the operator, Maurice A. Hebert (65), who advised while traveling east on US RT 4, a moose ran into the roadway and collided with the passenger side of his vehicle. Maurice and his front passenger, Rosemary Hebert (63), sustained only minor scrapes from the collision. A second passenger, a juvenile (15), did not sustain any injuries. The vehicle was removed by towing services due to the damage sustained from the moose.

COURT ACTION: N
COURT DATE: N/A
COURT: N/A
LODGED – LOCATION: N/A
BAIL: N/A
MUG SHOT: N
Thank you,

Trooper Jonathan McNulty
Vermont State Police
Rutland Barracks
124 State Place
Rutland, VT 05701
P: (802)773-9101
F: (802)775-6968

State of Vermont | Vermont Department of Public Safety

4 responses to this post.

  1. Did the moose survive?

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  2. Posted by Kimberly Kakerbeck on June 16, 2013 at 10:20

    What happened to poor moose?

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  3. Posted by Diana Brown on June 16, 2013 at 11:25

    We were traveling rt 4 east as well, shortly after the collision. Police had arrived, and flashers were on, slowing traffic. The Moose was decidedly expired, on the side of the road. Quite a good sized rack, so was not just a baby. The drivers were out of their jeep and I was relieved to see they were ok.

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