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RICHMOND, Va. --  Several people woke up Thursday to find their cars and SUVs badly damaged. Richmond Police were called to the 1600 block of N. 31st Street in east Richmond at about 1:30 a.m.

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There police found a woman inside a wrecked Jeep Liberty. The Liberty crashed into one vehicle, which crashed into another. In all, four vehicles were left with damage.

No one was seriously injured.

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Police said the woman who caused the accident would not be charged because it was likely triggered by a medical situation.

The accident closed N. 31st Street temporarily early Thursday morning. The road has since reopened.