• November 17, 2023

Michael Kelly and Damion House Injured in Truck Accident in Washington County, VT

Washington County, VT — November 16, 2023, Michael Kelly and Damion House were injured in a truck accident just after 10 a.m. along Railroad Bed Road.

According to reports, Michael Kelly was traveling in a northbound 18-wheeler behind Damion House, who was traveling in a backhoe.

Michael Kelly and Damion House Injured in Truck Accident in Washington County, VT

The 18-wheeler allegedly attempted to make a legal pass of the backhoe when, for unknown reasons, the backhoe veered left, causing a collision between the two vehicles. The 18-wheeler and the backhoe were thrown off of opposite sides of the road, where they came to rest. The 18-wheeler was upright, but the backhoe was overturned on its right side. Both Kelly and House were taken to a local medical facility for treatment of injuries incurred as a result of the accident.

The incident is under active investigation by local authorities. The weather and road conditions in the area at the time of the accident have not been specifically reported, but photographs of the scene published in the news depict clear skies and dry roads. There are not currently any additional details available pertaining to this incident.

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