Single-vehicle crash with serious injuries, Sudbury

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SUDBURY — A 23-year-old man from Castleton is facing multiple charges following a crash with serious injuries in Sudbury yesterday.

The single-vehicle crash took place on Vermont Route 30 at around 12:58 a.m.

Police say medical aid was immediately rendered to the injured parties when they arrived.

A 20-year-old passenger, Lauren Martin, needed to be extracted from the vehicle.

Martin was transferred to University of Vermont Medical Center for serious injuries.

Police identified the driver as Brandon Yandow, who was transported to Rutland Regional Medical Center and later transferred to the University of Vermont Medical Center for serious injuries.

During the course of the investigation, police say they observed Yandow displayed signs of alcohol impairment.

They say Yandow provided false information to the police and it was found that he had two Vermont warrants.

Police say Yandow was also operating with a criminally suspended license.

He was cited to appear in court on April 20.

He was charged with the gross negligent operation, DUI, driving with a criminally suspended license, and providing false information to a law enforcement officer.

Police are still investigating this crash.