Three-vehicle crash on Route 100 injures Waterbury woman

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WATERBURY — A three-vehicle crash on Vermont Route 100 near Gregg Hill Road on Saturday resulted in injuries to one driver and the discovery of a suspended license.

Vermont State Police responded to the crash and determined that a 2020 Ford Ranger driven by Matthew LeBlanc, 45, of Medway, Massachusetts rear-ended a 2010 Volkswagen Jetta operated by Madison Dunbar, 25, of Waterbury.

The impact pushed Dunbar’s vehicle into the rear of a 2015 Subaru Legacy driven by Charles Piazza, 34, of Morrisville.

Dunbar sustained injuries and was transported to CVMC for evaluation.

LeBlanc and Piazza were uninjured.

Police subsequently discovered that Dunbar was driving with a suspended license.

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