Sylvia Hatchell Wiki
Sylvia Hatchell is a basketball coach at the University of North Carolina. Sylvia Hatchell faces lower charges for the death of an 89-year-old Betty Colby.
Hatchell is alleged to have hit Colby with her car in a parking lot on Monday. Colby fell backward and hit her head on the pavement, which led to her death on Wednesday, police said.
Former @GoHeels coach Sylvia Hatchell was cited for misdemeanor death by vehicle and unsafe movement violation after her car allegedly struck an 89-year-old women in a parking lot Monday. The women died Wednesday.https://t.co/m66Q5hPDaV
— North State Journal (@nsjnews) January 11, 2020
Sylvia Hatchell Age
She is 67 years old.
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— Edward Villanueva (@miamirealestat4) January 11, 2020
Who is Betty Colby?
Betty Colby, 89, was struck by a vehicle about noon Monday in the parking lot of a fitness center, police said. The impact knocked Colby backward, and she hit her head on the pavement, investigators said.
Colby died Wednesday, according to the news release.
Investigators also said that neither speed nor deterioration was factored in the accident. Hatchell resigned as a women’s basketball coach last April after an external review found that she had made “racially insensitive” comments and applied “undue influence” regarding players’ ability to compete through medical problems. The review by a Charlotte law firm also revealed “a collapse of connectivity between players and Hatchell” after 28 interviews of current players and program staff.
— DTH Sports (@DTHSports) January 10, 2020
Hatchell didn’t immediately return a text message from The Associated Press on Friday night. Wade Smith, an attorney who has worked with Hatchell previously, responded to a text from the AP that he hadn’t been in contact with Hatchell. He offered no additional comment.
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