The News & Advance of Lynchburg, Virginia

reported on a three-vehicle wreck that sent five prople to the hospital on Saturday January 31.

The crash involved a 2004 GMC Sierra, driven by Tammy Combs, 28, of Lynchburg; a 2003 Chrysler Town & Country driven by Mary Davis, 34, also of Lynchburg; and a 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass, whose driver was not named in the release.

Eyewitness reports indicate that Ms. David van was demolished beyond repair. Luckily Ms. Davis and her two children were not seriously injured in the accident.

Tammy Combs was charged with reckless riving. Sadly David was still in the hospital Saturday night.

The location of the accident is a dangerous intersection that needs to have a stoplight installed.

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