State Police are looking for the driver of a silver Ford F-250 work truck
State Police are looking for the driver of a silver Ford F-250 work truck who allegedly left the scene of a March 4 crash at about 10:43 p.m. The mishap occurred in snowy conditions at 499 Main Street in Lyndon. Witnesses to the crash told law enforcement that the operator of the Ford F-250 was traveling south on Main Street erratically when the vehicle failed to maintain its lane, drove onto the sidewalk, struck and destroyed two power lines, crashed into a secondary moving vehicle, and left the scene. While the driver of the secondary vehicle, Brenna Goodine, 25, of Lyndon, was uninjured, her BMW sustained severe damage and was inoperable. The F-250 was thought to have sustained moderate to severe damage. Dented front bumper, broken headlight, etc. Anyone with information regarding this incident or the identity of the Ford F-250 work truck operator is asked to contact State Police in St. Johnsbury 748-3111.