Former UNC coach Hatchell appeals plea in fatal accident, gets more lenient sentence


Former North Carolina women's basketball coach on Monday appealed her guilty plea in a fatal accident last year and got a more lenient sentence, including the continued ability to drive. Hatchell was making a slow left turn in the parking lot of 6118 Farrington Road in Durham on Jan. 6, 2020, when she hit 89-year-old Betty Colby. (WRAL.com)

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Former UNC coach Hatchell appeals plea in fatal accident, gets more lenient sentence


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