• January 11, 2017

Police Deputy H.S. McGhee Hurt in Alleged DUI Accident in Caroline County, VA

Caroline County, VA -- Caroline County, VA Saturday, January 7, 2017: An alleged alcohol related collision left Police Deputy H.S. Mcghee with injuries.

It looks like the incident took place about 5 a.m. on Ladysmit Road. Officials say a pickup truck veered over the center line, colliding with the vehicle containing Mr. McGhee. The report claims the injured victim was taken to a nearby hospital with injuries described as serious but non-life threatening. The report also claims the injured deputy has undergone surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.

The exact cause of the incident had yet to be determined at the time of the report.

Officials are currently investigating the incident as alcohol related.

Neal B. Hambleton, 30, the driver of the pickup, faces multiple charges related to the crash.

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