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Suffolk woman charged with manslaughter

A Suffolk woman has been charged with vehicular manslaughter, maiming and driving under the influence after a Saturday crash in Chesapeake.

Stacey Bailey Hines, 44, of the 3300 block of Kings Fork Road, is being held at Chesapeake City Jail on no bond, according to a press release from the Virginia State Police.

The crash happened about 2:56 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 264 west of Greenwood Drive, the press release stated.

A 1997 Chevrolet Blazer, owned by Leander Dwayne Pugh, 57, of Portsmouth, was parked and disabled on the right shoulder. A 2010 Chevrolet Malibu was parked facing the Blazer as the driver, Donnelly Williams, attempted to jump-start the Blazer.

Pugh was standing behind the Blazer when Hines, driver of a Chrysler 300, ran off the road to the right and struck Pugh and his vehicle. The impact caused the Blazer to strike Williams and his vehicle.

Both men were taken to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with serious injuries. Pugh later succumbed to his injuries, and Williams suffered a severed leg, the press release stated.