• Police seek truck that broke gate
    December 28,2013
     

    Police seek truck

    that broke gate

    BURLINGTON — Burlington police are searching for a truck and the driver who hit and broke a railway gate in the Vermont city that was coming down because a train was coming.

    Burlington police said the incident occurred at about 12:20 p.m. Thursday at the rail crossing on Flynn Avenue

    A railways employee told police the gates were still raising after a train had gone through when they began to lower again for a second train.

    The truck is described as an early to mid-2000s grey or silver Ford F250 or F350 with an 8 foot bed, and a regular cab. The truck had a black grill and a white cap on the bed. The driver was described as a white male in his 40s.

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