Randolph-area pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle

Staff report
Published: 10/17/2021 10:21:09 AM
Modified: 10/17/2021 11:15:31 AM

BROOKFIELD, Vt. — A 44-year-old Vermont State Colleges employee was killed on Friday after she was hit by a vehicle while she was a pedestrian on a road near her home in Brookfield, Vermont State Police said.

Brenda Flint was found unconscious on the side of Churchill Road shortly after 11 a.m. Friday and was taken by DHART to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center with serious injuries, according to a State Police news release. Flint, who lived on Churchill Road and was a member of the Brookfield Selectboard, died later that afternoon, police said.

Vehicle parts near where Flint was found indicated that she had been struck by a motor vehicle, the release said. The news release identified the driver as Elizabeth Templeton, 77, of Brookfield, and said her Subaru Outback had damage to the windshield and driver’s side headlight.

The Outback was taken to the Royalton barracks, and the crash is under investigation, police said. Weather conditions at the time were overcast and dry, the release said.

Vermont Technical College President Patricia Moulton notified VTC colleagues of Flint’s death in an email on Saturday.

“She was not only our co-worker but a good friend to so many as well. Please keep Brenda’s family in your thoughts as they go through this difficult time,” Moulton wrote.

Flint’s LinkedIn page indicates she was associate controller of the Vermont State Colleges system and had started as a staff accountant at VTC in Randolph in 2008. Before that, she had been a staff accountant for 10 years at DuBois & King Inc. in Randolph.

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