- Associated Press - Thursday, May 19, 2016

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Police say a central New York woman ran a stop sign, hit a parked car into a pedestrian and then crashed into a bodega.

Police in Syracuse say 27-year-old Diondra Walker sped through a stop sign Wednesday night before hitting the parked car, which then careened into Donavon Parchmen, who had been behind it.

Police say the car Walker was driving crashed into the grocery store, Bodega 315.

Parchmen, Walker and a 55-year-old man riding with Walker are all hospitalized. Thomas and Parchmen are expected to survive. Walker’s condition wasn’t immediately known.

The Syracuse woman faces charges including driving while impaired by drugs, reckless driving and unlicensed operation.

Police are investigating the crash.


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