Two-vehicle crash on I-89 south in Richmond amid heavy snow, no injuries reported

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RICHMOND — A two-vehicle collision occurred on Interstate 89 South near mile marker 76 on Feb. 24 at 5:06 p.m. as heavy snowfall created slick road conditions, according to Vermont State Police.

The crash involved a 2019 Ford F450 ambulance driven by Michael Cram, 49, of Lincoln, and a 2022 RAM 1500 operated by David Webb, 63, of Harrisville, New Hampshire.

Both drivers were wearing seat belts at the time of the incident.

Authorities said an unidentified vehicle had skidded off the road into the median, causing traffic to slow down.

Cram’s ambulance was unable to halt on the snow-covered roadway and collided with the rear of Webb’s truck.

The impact resulted in light damage to the front end of the ambulance and damage to the tailgate and bumper of the truck.

No injuries were reported by either driver, and both vehicles were able to be driven from the scene.

The Vermont State Police are investigating the crash and request that any witnesses contact them at 802-878-7111.

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