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Two Drivers Facing Charges After Car Accident

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Police say 63-year-old Paul Lynch from Charlottesville was making a left turn onto Ridge Street Extended in a red Toyota pickup. Thirty-year-old Tyesha Hill was driving northbound on Fifth Street when they collided. The pickup truck overturned. Police say 63-year-old Paul Lynch from Charlottesville was making a left turn onto Ridge Street Extended in a red Toyota pickup. Thirty-year-old Tyesha Hill was driving northbound on Fifth Street when they collided. The pickup truck overturned.

The drivers of two vehicles are facing charges after an accident in Charlottesville Sunday morning.     

Police say 63-year-old Paul Lynch III of Charlottesville was making a left turn onto Ridge Street Extended in a red Toyota pickup shortly before 11 a.m. Thirty-year-old Tyesha Hill of Albemarle County was driving northbound on Fifth Street when they collided. The pickup truck overturned.

Police say Hill had two unrestrained children, ages two and four, with her and is being charged for that.

Lynch was charged with failure to yield the right of way.

All were treated at University of Virginia Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

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