Truck, SUV collide on slushy Vermont mountain road; 3 dead
KILLINGTON — Vermont State Police say a tractor-trailer crashed into an SUV on a mountain road covered with slush and ice, killing three people in a ski resort town.
Police say 41-year-old Lashawn Jones, of Alpharetta, Georgia, was driving the tractor-trailer east on Route 4 and the Cadillac SUV was traveling west in Killington when they crashed head-on Tuesday afternoon.
Police say witnesses reported the truck veered across the centerline and into the other lane.
The SUV driver, 51-year-old Ryszard Malarczyk, and his wife, 50-year-old Anita, of Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, died in the crash, as did their friend, 51-year-old Jaroslaw Karczewski, of Poland.
Jones was taken to a hospital, as were the Malarczyks' three children, ages 16 to 22, who suffered numerous broken bones, state police reported Wednesday evening.
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