Charges pending for Arlington man after Route 7 crash
GLASTENBURY — A 41-year-old Arlington man was injured in a rollover crash after he lost control of his vehicle on Route 7 late Tuesday morning, according to Vermont State Police.
Criminal charges are pending for Harry Gordon, who police say drove away from the scene.
Troopers responded to Route 7 in Glastenbury for a one vehicle roll over crash at about 11:10 a.m. Tuesday, according to a press release by Trooper Lauren Ronan. It was snowing at the time and roads were icey.
Police learned the driver of the crashed car had left the scene. They ultimately located the driver at a residence on Warm Brook Road in Arlington.
Police said Gordon was travelling southbound in a 2005 Nissan Xterra on Route 7 in Glastenbury when he attempted to pass another vehicle and lost control. The Nissan rolled over once before landing on its tires. It sustained cosmetic damage on all sides.
Gordon was not wearing a seatbelt during the crash and was taken to Southwestern Vermont Medical Center for evaluation.
Vermont State Police are conducting a criminal investigation and criminal charges are pending.
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