AKRON, OH (WOIO) - One of the drivers accused of being involved in a street racing accident early Monday morning which let one woman critically injured appeared in a Summit County courtroom Tuesday morning.
Bond for Dwaine Traylor was set at $10,000.
Traylor, 22, and Yalia Curtis were racing eastbound in the 1200 block of West Waterloo when they crashed.
Traylor's red 2000 Mitsubishi spun out of control and struck landscaping railroad ties on the southeast corner of West Waterloo and 26th Street SW. A brown 1998 Toyota Corolla driven by Curtis, spun out of control and struck a utility pole. Traylor fled the scene only to return a few minutes later to pick up Curtis' passenger. They then fled the area again and were eventually found at Curtis' home.
Curtis was transported to
. She is listed in critical condition.
Traylor was not injured. He's charged with aggravated vehicular assault, felony hit-skip, drag racing and driving under suspension.
The passenger of the Toyota, a 17-year-old male, was not injured. He was charged with curfew and released to his mother.
No seat belts were worn at the time of the crash. It is unknown at this time if alcohol is a factor.