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Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Well-known area television meteorologist Jamey Singleton was ordered by a judge Monday to pay a $200 fine for causing a February wreck that sent three men to the hospital.
Singleton, 34, of Rocky Mount pleaded not guilty in Bedford County District Court to misdemeanor reckless driving, according to online court records.
The charge was amended to driving on the wrong side of the highway, an infraction, court records show.
Police have said Singleton crashed his 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse at 9:49 a.m. on Feb. 19 when he crossed the centerline of Virginia 122 and struck a delivery truck. He told troopers he was eating breakfast while driving.
The crash seriously injured Singleton. Two others in the delivery truck were also injured.
Singleton works for WSET (Channel 13) as a Web producer and sometimes makes appearances on camera. He previously had been an on-air meteorologist for WSLS (Channel 10).
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