On Tuesday, Fairfax County Police responded to an emergency call that brought them to the 8400 block of Springfield’s Alban Road. According to the preliminary report filed by the Fairfax County Police, the collision occurred somewhere close to 8:15 in the morning and resulted in the closure of Alban Road for over three hours. While the full details of the incident have yet to be released, it seems as though at least two cars were involved in a crash that resulted in the death of at least one individual.
Police have issued a statement regarding an incident that occurred in Manassas this past Friday and resulted in the death of at least one individual and the hospitalization of another. While the investigation into the incident is still ongoing, the authorities in control of the case have decided that it is appropriate to release information at this time that will fill the public in on what has been happening.
On Friday morning, just before 6:30, a Virginia Department of Transportation employee was driving down Interstate 95, on his way to a car that had stalled in the northbound lanes of the busy highway, close to the 166B exit for the Fairfax County Parkway. When the highway safety worker arrived at the disabled car, he exited his own vehicle and began to create a safe perimeter around the two cars.
Police in Fairfax County are currently working on an investigation into an accident that took place on Saturday night in Great Falls. The early report by the Fairfax County Police indicates that the crash took place somewhere along the Beach Mill Road’s 10500 block and involved a 26-year-old Annandale resident Wenger, a 23-year-old Great Falls resident Ryan, and a 15-year-old girl who has not been named.
In an update to a story we reported on last month, it seems as though an officer with the Fairfax County Police Department has pleaded no contest to a crash that occurred between him and a minivan on the 18th of February, resulting in the severe injury to the van’s driver. According to the initial report, Officer Siteki was driving almost 70mph in a 40mph zone while responding to an emergency call.
Late in August, two construction vehicles with the Lane Construction Corporation collided in the construction site of I-395, close to Exit 10C. According to the report from the Virginia State Police Fairfax Division, Kilburne, a 55-year-old Fredericksburg resident, was driving a pickup truck with two other construction workers through the construction which was taking place in I-395’s southbound Express Lane. At the time, this lane was closed to the general public due to the construction team’s presence as they worked to pave the damaged parts of the lane.
Late on Tuesday Night, a 46-year-old Johanshad was driving his 2010 Nissan Altima through Burke in Fairfax County when his car left the road and crashed into a small line of trees. The Fairfax County Police have issued a statement on the crash indicating that, while no other vehicles or individuals were involved in the accident, the force of the collision caused fatal injuries to Johanshad and that he died before the ambulance team could transport him to a hospital.
Around 2:45 in the afternoon of this past Tuesday, Quiroz, a 46-year-old Alexandria resident, was collecting her mail from her mailbox in the 7000 block of Alexandria’s Beulah Street. Beulah Street, a quiet residential area, was at that time being traveled down by an unnamed man in a 2013 Nissan pickup truck. Coming down the southbound lane of the road, heading away from the Franconia-Springfield Parkway and towards Quiroz, the driver of the truck suddenly swerved off of the asphalt. Doing their best to regain control of the vehicle, the driver of the pickup managed to wrestle the Nissan back on the road.
Late last July, a Fairfax County gas station was the site of a car accident that resulted in a raging fire that required multiple fire department crews battling the flames before being able to fully suppress them. According to a report from Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, the incident began when a driver approached the gas station from the road and then collided with a fuel pump. It seems that the driver of the car (which has yet to be given a full description) was pulling up to the station in order to refuel when she accidentally drove into the pump.
Close to five months ago, a Fairfax County Police officer, Siteki, was en route to a answer a disorderly conduct call concerning a man at Arlington Boulevard’s 6100 block when he collided with another car at the Patrick Henry Drive and Leesburg Pike intersection located in Falls Church.
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