STOCKBRIDGE - On Sept. 21 at approx. 11:10 p.m. Vermont State
Police and White River Valley Ambulance were dispatched to a report
of a single vehicle crash on Route 107 in Stockbridge.
Investigation showed that Noah Markwood, age 18 from Randolph, Vt.,
was on his way home traveling Eastbound when he appeared to have
fallen asleep and failed to negotiate a sweeping curve in the
roadway. His vehicle, a 2002 Subaru Impreza, traveled off the
roadway, striking, and breaking through a section of guardrail and
became airborne and began to overturn and rotate, before the roof
of the vehicle collided with a tree crushing the roof into the
Markwood was transported to Gifford Medical Center by W.R.V.A.
for treatment for a shoulder injury sustained in the crash. He was
wearing his seatbelt.