Initial reports around the death of a 53-year-old man in Woodbridge were highly opaque. The most they did was provide the age of the victim, the time when the incident took place, and the location of the event that led to the person’s death. Since that time, numerous additional facts around the fatal accident have emerged. They paint a distressing picture, although one that has been replicated numerous times over the course of the year (one that seems on its way to becoming increasingly common). In short, the authorities from the Prince William County Police Department indicated that the death of the 53-year-old was the result of road rage.
Police within the town of Lorton inside of Fairfax County are working on an investigation into an incident that happened on Friday, June 8th that resulted in the death of one teenager and the injury of numerous others. According to the statements so far released by the Fairfax County Police Department, the incident happened close to 11:30 in the morning, along a stretch of Furnace Road that is close to both Lorton Road and Dairy Road. Detectives with the Fairfax County Police noted in the report that the investigation was still ongoing and that, as of the time of the reports release, there is no definitive explanation to why the incident happened.
A Thursday morning crash between a car and a motorcycle in Prince William County resulted in the death of one individual and an ongoing police investigation. A report from the Virginia State Police provides us with the current known information regarding the case that happened along Interstate 95, close to mile marker 151.
A car crash that took place at the Soaps and Suds Car Wash in Manassas left one person dead and another suffering from minor injuries late in March. Police working within Prince William County reported that the crash, which happened at the car wash located at 9725 Liberia Avenue, involved numerous cars, two Soaps and Suds employees, and a car wash customer.
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.
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.
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