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Sunday, December 5, 2021

Police cruiser involved in Lowell crash

LOWELL — A Vermont State Police trooper responding to an emergency call crashed her Ford Explorer police cruiser in Lowell on Sunday.

Police say at approximately 8:45 p.m. Trooper Abigail Drew was responding to a report of a motorcycle crash with injury.

Trooper Drew had her emergency blue lights and siren activated when she failed to negotiate a sharp curve in the roadway, near 1966 Irish Hill Road.

She drove through a small ditch and into an empty field.

Police say she was traveling approximately 45 to 50 miles-per-hour at the time of this incident, and the impact of her cruiser driving through the ditch caused all side airbags in the State Police cruiser to deploy.

Trooper Drew was not injured during the crash.

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  1. I see her driving. She drove past me as well over 100mph. She should get a careless and negligent operation. I’m sorry but speed is the factor. Law shouldn’t be any different for them then the citizens. Cops need to be held accountable for their mistakes.

  2. Yea they won’t get her for going to fast. They like to hold cops above the laws that civilians get held accountable for. It’s bull shit really. I almost wish she would totaled that cruiser.

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