Motorcyclist seriously injured during crash in Townshend

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TOWNSHEND — Police responded to a two-vehicle crash with serious injuries in Townshend yesterday.

The crash took place on Vermont Route 30 at around 2:05 p.m.

Police say Bradley Hosmer, 64, of Colrain, MA, had been transported by ambulance to a landing zone where he was then flown by DHART helicopter to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center with serious life-threatening injuries when they arrived.

According to the report, Hosmer was traveling south on a motorcycle and Brandie Heyes, 39, of Gilbertville, MA, was traveling north attempting to make a left turn into the gas station in front of Hosmer.

Police say Hosmer was unable to avoid Heyes and collided with his vehicle.

Police are still investigating the crash.

Anyone who may have witnessed is being asked to contact Tpr. Clemens at the Westminster Barracks at 802-722-4600.

State Police were assisted by Newbrook and Townshend Fire Departments and Scott Brooks Towing.

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