- Last Updated on 09:24 PM 10/04/12
- BY The Gazette-Virginian
No one was charged in a two-vehicle wreck that occurred Sept. 28 at the intersection of Highway 360 and Route 613.
According to an accident report filed by State Trooper A. D. Dishman, 66-year-old Brenda Y. Hancock of South Boston was driving a 2005 Hyundai XG350 when she pulled out in front of a Kenworth tractor-trailer driven by 53-year-old Dandy L. Watson of Drakes Branch and was struck.
Hancock was not injured, but her passenger, 69-year-old Joan Stanley, sustained minor injuries and was transported to the hospital. Watson also was not injured.
Dishman estimated damage to the Hyundai at $7,500 and damage to the tractor-trailer at $10,000.
No charges were filed in a two-vehicle wreck that occurred Tuesday morning at the intersection Old Halifax Road and High School Circle parking lot in South Boston.
According to an accident report filed by South Boston Police Officer T. W. Bush, a 17-year-old South Boston juvenile was driving a 2007 Chevrolet Equinox headed west on Old Halifax Road when the juvenile failed to yield the right of way while attempting to make a left turn into the school parking lot and was struck by a 2004 Ford F150 driven by 25-year-old Nathan A. Lantor of Halifax.
No one was injured.
Bush estimated damage to the Chevrolet at $800 and damage to the Ford at $2,500.
A 60-year-old Charlotte Court House woman was charged with failing to yield the right of way following a two-vehicle wreck that occurred Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Broad Street and Edmunds Street in South Boston.
According to an accident report filed by Bush, both Sandra C. Shumaker, who was driving a 2012 Ford Escape, and David R. Hill Jr., 26, of Nathalie, who was driving a 1994 Chevrolet S-10, were headed north on Broad Street when Shumaker failed to yield the right of way and attempted to make a left turn from the right lane striking the Chevrolet Hill was driving.
No one was injured.
Bush estimated damage to the Ford at $5,000 and damage to the Chevrolet at $2,000.