• September 10, 2019

Gemima Collins, Gary Dishman Injured in Accident on Route 13 in Accomack County, VA

Accomack County, VA -- On September 9, 2019, Gemima Collins and Gary Dishman were injured in a crash between a van and a semi truck in Accomack County.

Authorities with the Virginia State Police say the incident happened around 5:10 a.m. on southbound Route 13, near the GoGlass auto glass shop. A state trooper witnessed Collins' Chrysler van pull out of a private driveway and then enter the path of a southbound Peterbilt 18-wheeler driven by Dishman. The truck jackknifed as Dishman tried to avoid the van, but then struck it anyway before running off the road and crashing into a tree.

Both Dishman and Collins suffered serious injuries and both were taken to Shore Memorial Hospital for treatment.

State police charged Collins with failure to yield the right of way.


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