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Injury crash may lead to charges

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The Washington State Patrol said charges were pending in connection with a collision Monday morning on Trent Avenue at Dollar Road in Spokane Valley.

Tina M. Hogewoning, 52, of Spokane, is under investigation after turning left on Trent in front of an oncoming vehicle driven by Bertman Langmen, 45, of Spokane.

Mellorrina L. Beasha, 21, of Spokane, was injured as a passenger in the Langmen vehicle and was taken to Valley Hospital and Medical Center for treatment.

Hogewoning was headed west about 7:30 a.m. when she turned in front of an eastbound car driven by Langmen.

Troopers said impaired driving may have contributed to the accident and is being investigated. Hogewoning faces a charge of failure to yield.

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