Updated – New details released concerning Saturday’s crash in Buckingham
The Virginia State Police provided an update Wednesday concerning a Saturday, July 18, crash on Route 60 near Scotts Bottom Road in Buckingham County.
The accident sent four people to nearby hospitals. Another person sustained minor injuries.
Shelby Crouch, public relations coordinator for the Virginia State Police, said a 2016 Toyota Camry was traveling west on Route 60 when a 2004 Honda Accord, traveling north on Route 632 (Scotts Bottom Road) failed to stop at a stop sign, striking the Camry.
The driver of the Camry, Samuel W.B. Tippett, 19, of Shady Side, Maryland, and three passengers in the vehicle were transported to the hospital for treatment of serious injuries. Two were transported by ambulance and two by helicopter. None of the four people in the Camry were wearing a seat belt.
The driver of the Honda Accord, Antwaion K. Hines, 23, of Rice, sustained minor injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt and was charged with failure to yield.
The crash remains under investigation.