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Fairfax Co. Police Officer Placed on Restricted Duty

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. While this is perfectly legal for a police officer to do, the problem in the situation occurs because it seems that Siteki did not use the emergency lights or other features of his police cruiser while the made his way to the location of the call.

Fredericksburg Man Dies When Vehicles Collide in I-395 Construction Site

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.

One Dead After Car Crashes into Trees in Fairfax Co.

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.

Car Crashes into Fairfax County Gas Pump

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.

Fairfax County Police Officer Causes Accident Resulting in Extensive Injuries

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. According to the official Fairfax County Police Department report, the call regarding the disturbance arrived at the station close to 10:30 in the morning, and Officer Siteki, a member of the force for 2 years, raced immediately towards the scene.

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