• Woman OK after Sunday rollover
    January 20,2014
     

    LYNDON — A 27-year-old Lyndon woman walked away from a Sunday afternoon accident that destroyed the car she was driving on a slick section of Red Ridge Road.

    According to state police, the accident occurred shortly after 1:30 p.m. when a 2006 Ford Taurus driven by Eleanore Bourbeau veered from its lane of travel, went over an embankment, rolled over and came to rest on its left side.

    By the time police arrived at the scene Bourbeau, who was wearing her seat belt at the time of the accident, was waiting for them. Bourbeau reported no injuries, according to police, who said her car was totaled and had to be hauled off by a wrecker.

    Based on their investigation, police said Bourbeau was probably driving too fast for road conditions when the accident occurred.

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