Police working within Prince William County have decided to reopen an investigation into Woodbridge crash that occurred in July of this year. The reason why this case, which presumably had either reached an acceptable point of conclusion or had become bogged down with uncertainty, was reopened was because one of the individuals who was involved in the incident in mid-September died as a direct result of the injuries they sustained in the crash.
Around 7:30 on the evening of Tuesday, September 18th, a park ranger working for Prince William County was driving down Fraley Boulevard, close to Graham Park Road, when they saw a person lying in the street. The park ranger then pulled their vehicle over and was preparing to exit their vehicle and approach the individual when a blue car driving down the northbound lane of the same road reached the area. The driver of the blue car either did not see the person lying in the street or did not believe that it was a thing he needed to avoid. Subsequently, the driver of this blue car struck the incapacitated person. The driver of the blue car stopped for an unspecified period of time, but then drove away.
A fatal auto accident that happened in the Prince William County city of Gainesville is currently under investigation by the Prince William County Police Department. The incident reportedly took place very early on Saturday, September 22nd, and involved at least one car and one pedestrian. The reports from the scene of the incident stated that the pedestrian was one among several people who were gathered in a residential driveway to finish repairing the cracks in the asphalt surface.
A deadly accident involving a motorcycle that took place in the Prince William County city of Woodbridge is currently under investigation by detectives with the Prince William County Police Department. Reports from this investigating body state that the incident took place on Friday, October 5th, along the 14200 block of Jefferson Davis Highway. Reports began to reach the authorities at sometime shortly after 4:00 in the afternoon, and due to the indication in the reports that the incident was severe, the police rushing to the scene were joined by numerous EMTs and paramedics.
A vicious car crash inside of Prince William County’s Dale City late in September might have ended even worse had it not been for the fast responses of several witnesses who put their own lives on the line in their efforts to rescue crash victims. According to a report from the Prince William County Police, the initial collision happened sometime on Tuesday, September 25th, on a stretch of Ridgefield Road that lies in between the Prince William Parkway and Dale Boulevard.
Fire investigators working with the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue are working on an investigation into a car fire that happened inside of a parking garage located in the city of Herndon on Sunday, September 30th. According to the reports as they exist so far, the incident took place at sometime before 9:30 at night, which is the time that calls began to reach the emergency dispatch office suggesting that at least two cars were in the process of burning.
A pedestrian was killed on Tuesday, October 2nd, in the Fairfax County city of McLean after they were struck by a car while trying to cross the road. Reports from the Fairfax County Police Department state that the incident happened close to 10:00 at night and that the event was located at the intersection of Dolley Madison Boulevard and Madison McLean Drive.
New information compiled by the Virginia Highway Safety Office as well as by AAA has shed an unsettling light on the situation confronting people riding in or driving cars throughout Fairfax County. According to numerous reports, Fairfax County is the leading county in the state with regards to traffic-related fatalities. In simple terms, more people die in car accidents in Fairfax County than in anywhere else in Virginia.
Towards the end of September, just after 6:30 in the evening on Wednesday, the 26th, two vehicles approached the intersection of Cherry Street and Park Street. One of these cars was traveling down Cherry Street, the other down Park Street, and according to a report from the Vienna Police Department the driver of the car traveling down Cherry Street was planning on making a turn off of this roadway and onto Park while the driver already making their way down Park Street was planning on making a turn off of this roadway and onto Cherry.
On Wednesday, September 26th, a tractor-trailer was being driven down the western lanes of Interstate 495 when the driver attempted to leave the highway via the ramp to the northern lanes of Interstate 395. According to the Virginia State Police, it was close to 10:30 in the morning when the driver of the tractor-trailer began to pilot his vehicle along the ramp to north I-395 in Fairfax County.
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