On March 16, 2017

Accident on Killington Road sends three to hospital

A two-car accident in Killington sent three adults to the hospital on Saturday night. Police are investigating the possibility that alcohol may have been a factor.
At around 2 a.m. on March 12, Killington Police and Vermont State Police responded to an accident on Killington Road at the intersection with Schoolhouse Road. Investigation revealed a Volkswagen sedan driven by Rianna Montville of Killington and a Toyota pickup truck driven by Christopher Sincavage of Pennsylvania collided head-on. The at fault operator has not yet been determined. The operators, well as, Sincavage’s passenger Lawrence Gadaleta, were transported to Rutland Regional Medical Center for serious non-life threatening injuries. Monteville and Sincavage were treated at Rutland Regional and were later released. Gadaleta was transported to the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington for further care.
Throughout interactions with law enforcement both operators showed signs of impairment and were screened for DUI. Both operators refused preliminary breath tests. Monteville consented to providing a sample of her blood as evidence which was collected. Sincavage refused consent and because of the severity of the accident, a search warrant was applied for, and granted for an evidentiary sample of Sincavage’s blood. Both evidentiary blood samples were sent to the Vermont Forensic Laboratory to be processed.
This crash is still under investigation, anyone with information about the crash is asked to contact Chief Montgomery at the Killington Police Department.

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