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Hit and Run Accidents Archives

Fairfax Co. Hit-and-Run Closes Route 28

Last Tuesday, officers with the Fairfax County Police Department apprehended an individual that they suspect was involved in an accident which occurred on Route 28 in Herndon. According to the initial report, Fairfax County Police responded to a call placed at close to 3:30 in the afternoon that indicated an accident had taken place in the southern lanes of Route 28.

Annandale Police Arrest Man for Hit-and-Run

Last Tuesday, officers with the Annandale Police Department became involved in a chase of a vehicle suspected of being involved in-and perhaps instigating-a crash in the Gallows Road and Annandale Road area. According to the official report from the Annandale Police Department, the incident began at around 5:40 in the evening after calls to dispatchers in the Annandale area alerted police and other emergency teams to a crash that happened at the intersection of Gallows Road and Annandale Road.

Reston Hit-and-Run Sends Pedestrian to Hospital

Few details have been reported regarding an accident that took place in Reston late Tuesday night, however police with the Fairfax County Police Department have issued a statement that goes over some of the more pertinent information on the incident. It seems that at some time before 8:00 in the evening, a person who has not been described in any way and remains unnamed was walking along the street when he approached the point where Reston Parkway and South Lakes Drive intersect.

Man Arrested after Leading Officers on Chase through Annandale

A high-speed chase in and around Annandale on Saturday has resulted in the arrest of one man and a subsequent list of charges that reflect the danger this man posed to civilians and officers during the incident. It began around 5:00 in the evening when an officer saw a car speeding down Little River Turnpike, close to where this street intersects with Columbia Road. The officer also noticed that the car was driving erratically and recklessly as well as being over the posted limit. The officer attempted to perform a routine traffic stop on the vehicle, but the car's driver decided otherwise.

VDOT Worker Struck While Helping Stalled Motorist

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. This involved setting out a sign, some cones, and activating the emergency lights on his car. Following standard procedure, the VDOT employee had parked his own car off of the highway and along the right shoulder. The reasons for this are so that the employee and his vehicle were a safe distance from the high volume of traffic passing by.

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