Vermont: Former Kingston police chief killed in crash

A retired south shore police chief is dead and another man is in critical condition after they were struck by a car while riding their motorcycles in Woodbury, Vermont.  State police say a car driven by Frank Sargent of Woodbury, Vermont, crossed the center line of Route 14 around 9:15 am Sunday and collided with the motorcyclists. Killed was 55-year-old Joseph Rebello of Kingston. The current Kingston police chief, Maurice Splaine, identified Rebello as the town’s former police chief.
Fifty-seven-year-old Richard Braga, also of Kingston, is in critical condition at Fletcher Allen Health Care Center.  The accident remains under investigation.


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