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Three Injured When Hummer Flips, Lands in Water

Driver and two passengers escaped from partially submerged vehicle

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    Three Injured When Hummer Flips, Lands in Water
    Vermont State Police
    Three people escaped from this Hummer, which lost control, overturned and landed in the Saxtons River.

    A 17-year-old driver and two passengers were injured when the Hummer in which they were riding flipped over while traveling in Grafton, Vermont.

    Vermont State Police said the car lost control while traveling west on Route 121 at about 8:20 p.m., veered off the road, fell about 15 feet, and landed on its roof in the Saxtons River.

    The driver and two passengers escaped from the vehicle, which was partially submerged, and flagged down a passing motorist.

    They were treated at a nearby hospital for unspecified injuries, police said. 

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