UPDATE: The Davenport Police Department announced charges in Friday's multiple-vehicle crash on River Drive.
The driver of the Chevrolet Blazer has been identified as Jennilee Walsh, 35, of Davenport. Charges pending for Walsh are driving left of the center line and no seatbelt.
The driver of the Chevrolet Impala has been identified as Annastacia Herrera, 18, of East Moline. Charges pending for Herrera are reckless driving, speeding, no seatbelt and possession of a controlled substance. The passenger of the Chevrolet Impala is identified as Alana Stone, 19, of East Moline. A charge of no seatbelt is pending for Stone.
The drivers of the Nissan Sentra and the Ford F-150 have no charges pending.
The accident on River Drive involved four cars.
Davenport Police, Davenport Fire and Medic EMS were dispatched to the intersection of East River Drive and Mississippi Avenue on Friday around 7:27 a.m. after a report of a crash with injuries.
Preliminary investigations shows a Chevrolet Blazer that was traveling west on E. River Drive crossed the center line and struck a white Nissan Sentra head-on that was traveling east on E. River Drive. After the initial crash the Chevrolet Blazer struck a Chevrolet Impala head-on that was traveling east on E. River Drive behind the Nissan Sentra. The Nissan Sentra was then struck by a Ford F-150 that was directly behind the crash and could not stop in time.
The driver of the Ford F-150 was uninjured in the crash. All other involved parties were transported to Genesis East Medical Center by Medic EMS with serious non-life-threatening injuries.
The crash is still under investigation by the Davenport Traffic Safety Unit and charges are pending.
There is a 3-car accident at River Drive and Mississippi Avenue in Davenport. Police are on scene working to clear the scene. Be sure to use caution when driving near the area.
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