RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The driver accused of causing a deadly Thanksgiving crash on Brookland Park Boulevard is back in Richmond today after fleeing to North Carolina.
25-year-old Ryann Daniels is being held at the Richmond Jail without bond.
According to Richmond police, on November 26 close to 8 p.m., Daniels was driving a white pick-up truck going westbound on Brookland Park Boulevard when he barreled through a red light –smashing into two cars causing a chain reaction crash on Chamberlayne Avenue.
All three vehicles then collided with three vehicles that were stopped in the eastbound lanes of Brookland Park Boulevard.
58-year-old Kevin Hancock, a Richmond youth football coach for more than three decades died at the hospital and 52-year-old Karen Murphy died from her injuries at the scene.
Daniels is charged with involuntary manslaughter.
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