Early morning crash on Route 100 in Moretown leaves one dead, one injured

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MORETOWN — A two-vehicle collision on VT Route 100 near Ward Hill resulted in one fatality and minor injuries early on April 11.

Troopers from the Berlin Barracks, along with the Fatal Crash Reconstruction Team and the Department of Motor Vehicles, responded to the scene around 6:46 a.m. where they discovered a 2019 Freightliner FM2 and a 2015 Subaru XV CrossTrek in an uncontrolled position off the north side of the road.

The driver of the Subaru, Rosetta Weber, 35, of Waitsfield, was wearing her seatbelt but sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

She was the vehicle’s sole occupant.

The Freightliner’s operator, Satnam Singh, 24, from Brampton, Ontario, also wearing a seatbelt, suffered minor injuries and was transported to Central Vermont Medical Center for treatment.

The initial investigation indicates that Singh was traveling west when his vehicle veered into the opposing lane for unknown reasons, colliding head-on with Weber’s Subaru.

Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash and ask anyone with information that may assist in the investigation to contact the Vermont State Police Berlin Barracks at 802-229-9191.

Assistance at the scene was provided by the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Waterbury Fire Department, the Moretown Fire Department, Waterbury Ambulance, and the Mad River Valley Ambulance service.

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