“We lost a great employee,” Marcellus said. “It’s very devastating to us.”
Employees were visibly upset about Ashley’s death, he said.
“We have people crying ...”
Marcellus described Ashley as a hardworking, upbeat person.
“She was always happy, always having a good time (and) enjoyed coming to work.
“She was never down.”
An autopsy at Fletcher Allen Health Care was scheduled, Bureau of Criminal Investigation Lt. Brent Davison said.
A determination of the cause of the accident and any charges were pending results from the State Police Troop B Collision Reconstruction Unit investigation and consultation with the Clinton County District Attorney’s Office, he said.
Also assisting at the accident site were District Attorney Andrew Wylie and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol.
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