A ramp connecting the western lanes of Duke Street to Telegraph Road was shut down for an unspecified amount of time on Monday, September 24th, after a single car crash left the roadway impassable due to the emergency response teams as well as the officers conducting the preliminary investigation into the incident.
On Thursday, September 27th, a 46-year-old man man from New York was driving their car through Annandale in Fairfax County. Reports from the Fairfax County Police Department indicate that this was around 1:30 in the morning. It is not clear where the man was traveling from, and it is also not clear where they were going to. The car being driven by the 46-year-old man was a Mercedes Benz van.
Emergency crews found themselves rushing to both assess the individuals involved in an auto accident in Alexandria as well as clean up an oil spill that resulted from the collision on Wednesday, September 26th. According to the official reports, the crash happened around 11:15 in the morning and involved two vehicles, one of which was a large dump truck.
On Saturday, September 22nd, emergency dispatchers working within the city of Alexandria and in Fairfax County began to receive reports of an auto accident that took place at a 7-Eleven located at 6120 Lincolnia Road. The convenience store is located within the boundaries of the city of Alexandria, and soon after the initial calls numerous emergency response units from within the city arrived to assist those possibly injured as well as conduct an initial investigation into the incident itself.
Two people were injured in a massive car accident that happened on Tuesday, September 18th, inside of Fairfax County. Reports from the Fairfax County Police Department indicated that the accident happened along Interstate 495's northbound lanes, shortly before this heavily trafficked road crosses with Braddock Road. At the time of this writing, not much information exists regarding the crash, and what we know comes from the preliminary Twitter reports from the authorities as well as from several pictures from the site that were publicly released.
Rain is considered a large part of the reason behind a multi-vehicle crash that took place in West Springfield on Monday, September 17th. According to a report from the Fairfax County Police Department, it was sometime around 2:30 in the afternoon when calls first started reaching the emergency dispatchers regarding the incident, and emergency response vehicles arrived at the scene of the location shortly afterwards.
A car collided with a building in Springfield this past week after a driver seemingly lost control of their vehicle while traveling through the area. According to early reports issued from the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, the truck accident took place sometime close to 9:30 in the morning, and emergency response services were contacted shortly after the initial collision took place.
Two cars were traveling down Old Mount Vernon Road in an area of Fairfax County located somewhat to the south of the city of Alexandria when something happened to cause them to collide with one another. Reports from the Fairfax County Police Department are currently misty as the investigation into the incident remains underway. We do know that following the crash one of the people involved died, but we are not informed regarding the identities, ages, or places of residence of any of those involved.
Early in August, five individuals were sitting together in an SUV that was headed down the southward lane of Route 234 in Prince William County. Reports from the Virginia State Police put the time at close to 5:00 in the evening, and the area where the car was traveling was close to where Route 234 intersects with Interstate 66. This area is also close to the Northern Virginia Community College's Manassas Campus, and the SUV was drawing very near to this campus when a car headed down the northern lane of Route 234 suddenly swerved out of that lane and into the southbound lane.
Early in September, a car crash that happened in the Loudoun County city of Leesburg resulted in numerous lane closures along a highway passing through the area. According to reports from a spokesperson for the Loudoun County Sheriff, Kraig Troxell, the incident happened early in the morning of Monday, September 3rd and involved at least two cars that were traveling down Route 15.