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Two Injured In Monday Crash

A South Boston man and his passenger were injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon in South Boston, according to town police.

Captain B. K. Lovelace said a 1989 Mazda pickup truck driven by 27-year-old Jonathan Brumfield was traveling south on Noblin Avenue when it was struck by a 2002 Chevrolet Impala driven by 32-year-old Derrick Coleman of Halifax. Lovelace said Coleman, who was traveling east on Easley Street, failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection.

EMS personnel transported Brumfield and his 36-year-old passenger, Michael Brumfield, to Halifax Regional Hospital, Lovelace said. A hospital spokesperson said both men were treated for their injuries and released.

The crash occurred at 1:30 p.m. Monday.

Lovelace said the investigating officer, Sgt. S. L. Warf, estimated damages at $1,500 to the Mazda pickup and $3,500 to the Impala, and he charged Coleman with failure to obey a highway sign.

Four individuals were injured in a single-vehicle crash Saturday night, state police said.

Trooper A. D. Dishman reported a 1996 Ford Taurus driven by 18-year-old Shakiyla A. Davis of Gretna ran off the right side of the road and struck a tree.

Davis and three passengers in her car, 21-year-old Brittany N. Davis and two juveniles ages 15 and 17 were transported to Halifax Regional Hospital by EMS personnel. A hospital spokesperson said all four were treated for their injuries and released.

According to Trooper Dishman’s report, none of the four was wearing a seat belt.

The crash occurred at 11:35 p.m. Saturday on Route 603, one-tenth of a mile east of Route 650.

Dishman estimated damage to the Taurus at $3,000, and she charged Davis with reckless driving-failure to keep vehicle under proper control.

A 38-year-old Nathalie man escaped injury in a single-vehicle crash Friday evening, according to state police.

Trooper D. T. Spencer reported Kevin D. Adams was not injured when the 2006 Chevrolet he was driving ran off the left side of the road and struck several trees.
The accident occurred at 6:30 p.m. Friday on Route 657, one and a half miles east of Route 650.

Spencer estimated damage to the Chevrolet at $3,500 and charged Adams with reckless driving-failure to keep vehicle under proper control.

No one was injured in a two-vehicle crash the evening of Dec. 23, state police said.

According to the report filed by Trooper K. R. Martin, a 1984 Chevrolet driven by 20-year-old Corvelle L. Mason of Waverly was slowing down to make a left turn when a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am driven by 22-year-old Tony M. Rand Jr. of Halifax struck the Chevrolet in the rear.

The crash occurred at 5:35 p.m. Dec. 23 on Route 360, 100 feet east of Route 891.

Trooper Martin estimated damages at $1,500 to the Chevrolet and $5,500 to the Pontiac, and he charged Rand with following too closely.