Connecticut man dies after Route 9 crash

MARLBORO — A Connecticut man has died of his injuries after his 2016 Subaru Legacy crossed the center line of the road while traveling west toward Wilmington on Route 9 and hit a dump truck, police said.

Alfred Wolfsohn, 88, of Stamford, Connecticut, struck a VTrans dump truck that was parked in the breakdown lane on the eastbound of the road near 5190 Route 9, in Marlboro around 11:20 a.m. on Thursday

Wolfsohn, was found unresponsive and having a weak pulse. He was transported by Deerfield Rescue to Brattleboro Hospital before being airlifted to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. The two AOT workers had been doing roadway repairs in the area and were seated inside the dump truck eating lunch. They were transported to Bennington Hospital by Rescue Inc. where they were treated and released for minor injuries. The cause of the crash is under investigation. Vermont State Police, Marlboro and Wilmington Fire Departments, Rescue Inc., and Deerfield Valley Rescue responded to the incident.

This crash is still under investigation.


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