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Boydton man charged in Thursday accident

No injuries were reported following a two-vehicle wreck that occurred Thursday at 3:15 p.m. on Highway 501 at the intersection with State Route 658.

According to a police report filed by Virginia State Trooper T. C. Comer, 20-year old Trevor S. Boring of Boydton was driving a 1994 Chevrolet Camaro and didn’t have the right of way when he struck a 1997 Honda Civic in the right front fender.

The Civic was driven by a female juvenile. 

Comer estimated damage to the Camaro at $3,500, and the Honda had and estimated $2,000 damage. 

Comer charged Boring with failure to yield right of way.

 A 18-year-old South Boston man was charged with driver inattention following a wreck Friday morning at the intersection of Wilborn Avenue and Edmunds Street in South Boston.

According to an accident report filed by South Boston Police Officer C. Collie, Cody Womack was driving a 1986 Ford pickup when he struck a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe driven by 51-year-old Denise Chappell of South Boston in the rear, while she was stopped for a red light.

No one was injured.

Collie estimated damage to the Hyundai at $1,500 and damage to the Ford at $500. 

A 73-year-old South Boston woman was charged with driver inattention following a wreck Friday afternoon at the intersection of Wilborn Avenue and Chalmers Street in South Boston.

According to an accident report filed by Collie, Kathryn Boxley was driving a 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis when she struck a 1993 U.S. Post Office vehicle driven by 54-year-old Marvin Clay of South Boston while he was stopped in the roadway.

Clay was injured, and Boxley was not.

Collie estimated damage to the U.S. Post Office vehicle at $1,500 and damage to the Mercury at $900.