What truck struck Sayre bridge?

Where did it come from, and where did it go?

What truck struck Sayre bridge?

What appears to be a white Freightliner Coronado struck the Sayre covered bridge in Thetford Center on Friday, January 14th, 2022 at 3:23pm. You may have already seen this news in the Thetford Police Department's Press Release, on Facebook, or even on Daybreak this morning. However, the Police Department is still asking the public for help in identifying the vehicle.

Officer Rogers believes that the truck may have aftermarket black exhaust stacks, fuel tanks, and headlight trim.

The truck was traveling north on Tucker Hill Road when it struck the bridge. A relatively small portion of the south-end wooden fascia was damaged. Unfortunately, while the damage to the north-end fascia was less severe, it did break the newly-installed landmark sign in half.

The bridge was repaired this past April after a box truck struck it.

The truck turned east onto Route 113 and proceeded over Thetford Hill where it was captured by a second home security camera.

​​"It is our hope that someone from the public might recognize the truck logo, or the shipment itself. It is certainly possible that additional residential cameras captured additional images of the logo or license plate,” Officer Rogers said over email.

If you have any information, please contact Officer Rogers at Stuart.Rogers@vermont.gov.

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