• Rear-end crash injures passenger
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     | August 27,2014
     

    WATERBURY — One passenger was injured in a two-vehicle crash Saturday night in Waterbury, Vermont State Police said.

    Jeffrey Lewia, 50, was southbound on Interstate 89 when he hit the brakes, state police said. Charles Seip, 45, of Williamstown, was driving behind him and couldn’t stop and ran into the back of Lewia’s vehicle.

    State police said Seip’s vehicle was towed away. The injured person was a passenger in his car, but police did not provide a name. The injuries were not life-threatening, according to police.

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