Pedestrian struck during three-vehicle crash in Waterbury

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WATERBURY — Police responded to a three-vehicle crash with a pedestrian being hit in Waterbury on Saturday.

The crash took place on Vermont Route 100 near Waterbury Stowe Road at around 10:52 a.m.

Police say, Samuel Ferrell, 41, of Waterbury, had been driving south on Vermont Route 100 before crossing the center lines and striking a 47-year-old Elizabeth Robison on her shoulder, hitting the guardrail, and also hitting two other vehicles.

The other drivers were identified as Jeffrey Robinson, 60, of Williston, and Benjamin Sodergren, 23, Killingworth, CT.

He then crossed back over the center lines again and came to an uncontrolled rest against rocks off the side of the road.

Police say all three vehicles were towed from the road and everyone with injuries was cleared by EMS personnel.

According to the report, the crash may have been caused by a medical event.