Several Hurt Following Chain Crash That Sliced Through A Syracuse Deli

Syracuse, N.Y. - A Syracuse man is facing numerous charges after causing a chain reaction crash that slammed into the Columbus Deli and Meats store.

Syracuse Police say that Prince Rilley had crashed into a van on Columbus Ave near East Fayette Street. Nobody in the van was hurt. Rilley tried to speed off and wound up slamming into an SUV that was sent careening into the Columbus Avenue deli.

The 25-year-old driver of the SUV suffered a minor leg injury. Her 18-year-old passenger suffered minor injuries. Another victim, a 19-year-old man, was taken to the hospital and is in critical condition.

Rilley then took off again and was caught by Syracuse Police at the corner of Lexington Avenue and Allen Street.

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