A Sutton woman suffered a minor injury on Monday

LYNDONVILLE — A Sutton woman suffered a minor injury on Monday when the Chevrolet Cobalt she was driving was struck from behind. Sabrina Smith, 22, sat in the passenger side of the vehicle shortly after the crash holding a bag of ice to her head. Lyndon Rescue responded, but Smith was not taken to the hospital. Before being struck, she had stopped in the southbound lane on Broad Street and was waiting with her vehicle’s turn signal on for a break in traffic to turn into the parking area for Dunkin Donuts. While stopped, a Nissan Titan, driven by Camden Berry, 18, of Lyndon, crashed into the rear-end of the Cobalt. He had just turned left onto Broad Street after leaving the McDonald’s parking lot. Both drivers were wearing seat belts. No airbags were inflated due to the impact. Trooper Chad Weikel investigated the crash; he said Berry would receive a warning for following too closely to traffic.