Crews battle early morning house fire in Chester
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CHESTER, VA (WWBT) -
Three people are displaced after a house fire in Chester.Firefighters were called to the home on Old Lane near Hopkins Road around 5 a.m. Crews arrived to find smoke coming from the second story.Officials say the fire was out in about 45 minutes.
Keia Mona Hewlett HENRICO COUNTY, Va (WRIC) — A Henrico woman was found guilty in court Thursday on a number of charges stemming from a crash earlier this year that left one juvenile dead and four others injured. Keia Mona Hewlett pleaded guilty to the seven charges — aggravated involuntary manslaughter, DWI, and five counts of child endangerment — according to online court records.
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA (WRIC) — Virginia State Police confirm that the driver of a single-vehicle crash on I-95 has died. Shortly before 5:30 a.m. Sunday morning, Virginia State Police responded to a crash in Chesterfield County. The vehicle was traveling south on Interstate 95 when it crashed near the Willis Road exit. The impact of the crash caused the vehicle to catch fire. The crash remains under investigation at this time. State police are still in the process of notifying the next of kin.
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