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UPDATE: Racing Leads To Crash On South Hill

UPDATE: Two men will be charged with vehicular assault after a crash on the South Hill Monday night. Spokane Police responded to that crash in the area of 29th and Pittsburg just before 11:00pm. Witnesses said the two cars were racing west bound and both lost control. 

The driver of one of the vehicles, 23-year-old Vyacheslav Bychkov, crossed over the east bound lanes and then slammed into a tree which hit the passenger side of the car. He had a female passenger who was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The other driver, 27-year-old Vicktor Larkin, crossed over the east bound lanes, struck a pickup truck that was traveling east bound, flipped and came to rest on it's side.

It does appear that speed and alcohol were factors in this crash.

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SPOKANE, Wash. -Spokane Police say speed and alcohol played a factor in an accident on Spokane's South Hill at 29th and Pittsburg that sent one woman to the hospital and landed two drivers in jail. According to authorities, two Audis were racing in the westbound lanes of 29th when they crossed over into the eastbound lanes.

One of the Audis hit a vehicle traveling in the eastbound lane, the other went through a fence and into a tree. One passenger was extricated and taken to the hospital. Her condition is unknown at this time. The drivers of the Audis were taken into custody and face Vehicular Assault charges.

 

 

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