- Last Updated on 11:13 PM 07/15/10
- BY Staff
A 76-year-old South Boston man was injured Thursday morning in a two- vehicle wreck that occurred at 11:07 a.m. at the intersection of Wilborn Avenue and Hamilton Boulevard.
According to an accident report filed by investigating South Boston Police Officer R. L. Lawson, Luther Tuck was injured when the 2003 Chevrolet S-10 pickup he was driving was struck by a 2001 Ford SUV operated by 30-year-old Olga Martinez of Danville.
Tuck was traveling south on Halifax Road passing through the intersection when Martinez failed to yield the right of way and collided with Tuck’s S-10 pickup, the report stated.
Lawson charged Martinez with failure to yield the right of way and not having a driving license.
Damage to the Chevrolet was listed at $5,000, and the Ford sustained an estimated $2,000 in damage, according to the accident report.
Earlier Thursday morning at 8:38 a.m. no one was injured when three vehicles were involved in a wreck on Broad Street just passed Wall Street.
According to an accident report filed by investigating South Boston Police Officer J. B. Throckmorton, no one was injured when a 1999 GMC Sierra operated by a 17-year-old juvenile from South Boston ran into the rear of a 2001 Chevrolet Impala driven by 18-year-old Deshon Dabbs who had stopped at a traffic light at the intersection of Seymour Drive.
The impact thrust the Chevrolet into a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado operated by 87-year-old Clarence Bailey who was also stopped at the traffic light, the report stated.
Throckmorton charged the juvenile with driver inattention.
The GMC Sierra sustained no damage in the accident, while damage to the Impala was estimated at $2,500, and damage to the Silverado was estimated at $1,000, according to the accident report.