Nicholas Lizotte Obituary Rutland: 34-year-old motorcyclist dead after Saturday crash near the Pico entrance on Route 4.
On Saturday, October 28, a motor vehicle crash near the Pico entrance on Route 4 resulted in the death of a 34-year-old Rutland man, according to the Killington Police Department.
Nicholas Lizotte, the motorcycle’s operator, was travelling west on Route 4 when he collided with a car that was turning left into the Pico entrance at around 1:08 p.m. Police were called to the site.
The inquiry is still ongoing, however the early analysis has identified the crash’s cause.
Anyone with information about the crash can get in touch with Killington Police Department Officer Roy at 802-422-3200.
At the site, the Vermont State Police, the State Police Crash Reconstruction Team, the Rutland Town Police Department, the Regional Ambulance Service, and Killington Fire and Rescue provided support to the Killington Police Department.
The issue is presently being investigated.
Killington is a town in the Green Mountains of central Vermont. It’s known for the Killington and Pico Mountain downhill ski resorts. The area’s many hiking paths include the Thundering Falls Trail, which leads to a tumbling cascade. The long-distance Appalachian and Long trails both cut through the town. West of Killington, old-growth hardwood trees, including sugar maples and beeches, fill Gifford Woods State Park.