A vehicle that overturned off Interstate 91 appears to have been bumped off the road

ST. JOHNSBURY — A vehicle that overturned off Interstate 91 on Wednesday afternoon appears to have been bumped off the road by another vehicle that failed to stop after the impact. Vermont State Police reported that witnesses say an older model silver or white sedan that was moving erratically and aggressively on the interstate could be responsible for hitting a Subaru Outback driven by Bettylou Sherry, 83, of Danville, which left the road at mile marker 134. The car traveled down the embankment on the side of the interstate and rolled to its roof into some trees. CALEX EMS personnel were quick to the scene of the crash just after 1:30 p.m. Sherry exited the vehicle herself. Medical personnel met with her, but she was not taken CALEX to the hospital. VSP reported she suffered minor injuries. No rear impact damage could be seen on the car, but there was a mark on the driver’s side that could be paint transfer from another vehicle making contact, according to VSP. Troopers Ryan Butler and Adam Aremburg were on the scene investigating. Trooper Butler asks anyone with information related to the crash, including information about a light-colored vehicle moving aggressively in that area at the time of the crash, to call the barracks in St. Johnsbury at 802-748-3111.