On July 13, 2017

Killington man hurt in crash

State police said a Killington man was hurt in a crash on Route 4 in Rutland town on Saturday night.

Police said in a press release Philip Black was taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center where he was treated for non life-threatening” injuries following a head-on collision that occurred around 10 p.m. near the intersection of Route 4 and Mission Farm Road.

Police said Charles Hughes, another Killington resident, was westbound in his 2010 GMC pickup truck when he drifted over the center line and hit Black, who was coming the other way in his 2006 Dodge Sprinter.

Police said Hughes was not hurt, but that his truck sustained significant front-end damage. Police said Black’s Dodge was a total loss.

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