Police Search for Driver Who Left Scene of Multiple-Car Crash

Brookline, Vt. - Vermont State Police are investigating a multiple-car crash in Brookline.  Authorities say it happened in front of 304 Hill Road around 3:45 p.m. Sunday.

Officials say a dark blue Ford Explorer was heading south, and left the road, hitting a Nissan Rogue parked in the yard of the home.  The Explorer pushed the parked car into a GMC Sierra pickup truck also parked at the home.

Police say the Nissan Rogue has extensive damage to both rear fenders and the rear bumper, while the pickup has damage to the front passenger corner and headlight.

According to a release from VSP, no one saw the crash, but the owner looked out the window and was able to get a description of the vehicle and driver.

Authorities say the driver of the Ford Explorer slowed down, and drove off.  It's described as an older model with Vermont registration.  Officials say it has extensive damage to the driver's side front corner and the headlight is hanging down from the crash.

The operator is described as a white man in his mid-20's with brown hair, unshaven, wearing a navy blue shirt, according to a release from police.

Officials say the car was last seen heading south on Hill Road towards Grassy Brook Rd in Brookline.

Anyone with information about the driver or the car is asked to contact Cpl. Brian Turner at 802-722-4600.


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