• Police investigate Vt crash after 12-mile chase
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    SHEFFIELD — Vermont State Police say they are investigating a car crash that happened after a 12-mile chase.

    Police said they tried to pull over a vehicle on Route 122 in Lyndon on Friday. But they said the car didn’t stop.

    Police pursued the car for 12 miles until it failed to negotiate a curve and crashed in Sheffield. The driver, 23-year-old Daniel Camber, of Newark, was thrown from the car and was later found in a field.

    Camber was hospitalized with serious neck and back injuries.

    Police say alcohol and speed appear to be factors in the crash.

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