• Teen killed in Vermont crash
    April 29,2013
     

    ENOSBURG — A standout high school basketball player in Vermont has died following a two-vehicle collision.

    Police said 17-year-old Brandon Gleason of Enosburg was a front passenger in a Jeep when it collided with a pickup Friday night on Route 105 in Enosburg.

    The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said Gleason later died at a St. Albans hospital. Gleason was a senior at Enosburg Falls High School and was the state’s Mountain Division player of the year this past season.

    Capt. Jay Sweeny of the sheriff’s office told WPTZ-TV that the driver of the pickup, 53-year old Patrick Prue of Franklin, was charged with driving under the influence, but that it hasn’t been determined who was at fault in the crash.

    Three other teenagers in the Jeep were treated for injuries.

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