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April 6, 2009 - 15 People Hospitalized in Hampton University Crash

Virginia State Police say 15 people, including 11 in a van carrying the Hampton University track team, were taken to a hospital after a multi-vehicle crash.

The victims, which included four people in other vehicles, were taken to a hospital Saturday, after a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 64.

Six vehicles were involved in the crash, State Police Sgt. Scott Edelman said, including three drivers who were charged by police.

Kenneth Briggs of Norfolk, Va., who was driving a delivery truck, was charged with reckless driving. Aldrin Gray of Hampton, Va., who was driving a van, was charged with following at an unsafe distance, and Elizabeth Neher of Falls Church was also charged with following in her van at an unsafe distance.

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