Two-vehicle crash in West Rutland results in injuries

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WEST RUTLAND — A collision at the intersection of Main Street and Clarendon Avenue led to minor injuries and substantial damage to two vehicles on April 13.

Vermont State Police responded to the scene of the crash, which occurred at approximately 3:50 p.m., involving a 2024 Toyota 4 Runner and a 2024 Jeep Wrangler.

The Toyota was driven by Kieran Egan, 71, of Ira, while the Jeep was operated by Ronald Williams, 62, of West Rutland.

According to authorities, Egan was traveling north on Clarendon Avenue and failed to stop at the stop sign, striking the rear passenger side of Williams’ eastbound Jeep on Main Street.

Williams reported minor injuries following the crash and was transported to Rutland Regional Medical Center by Regional Ambulance Service.

Egan did not sustain any injuries.

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

The Toyota 4 Runner suffered substantial front-end damage and the Jeep Wrangler sustained significant passenger side damage, with both vehicles requiring towing from the scene by Carrara’s Services.

The West Rutland Fire Department also provided assistance at the crash site.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and no further details have been released at this time.

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