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RICHMOND, Va. -- Emergency crews were forced to cut the top off of a pickup truck after a wreck in Richmond's Museum District Sunday night.

It happened along the 2900  block of West Broad Street near Sheppard Street Sunday around 8:30 p.m.

Richmond police said the pickup hit another vehicle in the eastbound lanes, then crashed into a parking lot and clipped a minibus and van.

Firefighters removed the top of the truck to free the male driver, who suffered non-life threatening injuries.

That section of Broad Street was closed for about an hour.

Police said charges could be filed on Monday.