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Driver charged for Boardman carport collapse

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BOARDMAN, Ohio - A 23-year-old Boardman woman is charged in connection with the collapse of a carport that injured a woman and two children.

Township police say Dilnoza Parpieva is charged with driving without a license and reckless operation.

Police say Parpieva's car was in reverse gear when she pushed the gas pedal, instead of the brake on July 17, striking the support beam and back wall of a carport on LeMans Drive.

The carport collapsed on Parpieva's 52-year-old mother-in-law and two children who were with her. The children were released from the hospital after being treated, but the mother-in-law is suffering from a broken back.

Stay connected with wfmj.com and 21 News for the latest on this developing story.

 

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