VSP seeks help in finding truck in Charlotte flying ice accident

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The trailer that State Police say was involved in the flying ice incident. Photo provided.

The Vermont State Police are looking for a tractor trailer that was involved in an incident on March 22 in which Celeste Brasseur of Charlotte was injured by ice flying off a truck and into her windshield.

Brasseur sustained “incapacitating injuries” to her face and a concussion. This morning, troopers released a photo of the back of the trailer provided by a witness. Anyone with information on the trucking company is asked to call Cpl. Andrew Leise at the Williston Barracks, 1-802-878-7111.

The crash occurred at about 8:48 a.m. Wednesday, March 22, on Route 7  in Charlotte when ice flying off a trailer, which was traveling south, hit a Brasseur’s vehicle traveling north. After being hit by ice and glass, Brasseur lost control and went off the eastside of the road.

The truck was reported to be a red cab with a  white trailer, with red lettering.

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