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Town houses damaged in Virginia auto accident

by los | October 23rd, 2008

October 23, 2008

Two town houses suffered severe damage as a result of a Virginia auto accident, as reported by Nova Online.

A 77-year-old lady was driving her Ford Taurus when she hit the gas pedal instead of the brake and drove into the townhouses, causing the Virginia car accident.

As a result of the Virginia car accident, two town houses suffered severe damage.

The driver was taken to Potomac Hospital and treated for injuries sustained in the Virginia auto accident. The two town houses were condemned and no one inside the town houses was injured.

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Two women injured in Virginia auto accident involving three vehicles

by los | October 21st, 2008

October 21, 2008

WVEC reported two cars flipped over as a result of a Virginia auto accident near Hampton Roads Airport.

A 58-year-old male was driving a dump truck and attempted to cross over Snowden Road to go west on Route 58 when he caused a Virginia car accident.

The dump truck driver pulled into the path of a Mazda, which then hit a Ford Focus. Both cars flipped as a result of the Virginia auto accident.

The female driver of the Ford Focus suffered minor injuries and was taken to a hospital. The female driver of the Mazda suffered serious injuries from the Virginia car accident and was taken to Norfolk General Hospital.

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Woman critically injured and man killed in Virginia auto accident

by los | October 16th, 2008

October 16, 2008

The Roanoke Times reported a 78-year-old woman is in critical condition at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital as a result of a Virginia auto accident.

The Virginia car accident occurred in the 100 block of Forest Avenue in Radford.

The woman’s 83-year-old husband died at the hospital as a result of injuries suffered in the Virginia car accident.

Police are continuing their investigation on the cause of this Virginia auto accident.

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The car accident attorneys at Lowell Stanley can help if you were injured in a Virginia auto accident.

Well-known police officer killed in Virginia auto accident

by los | October 14th, 2008

October 14, 2008

An off-duty Rocky Mount police officer was killed in a Virginia auto accident early Saturday morning, as reported by the Roanoke Times.

The fatal Virginia auto accident involved two cars in the southbound lanes of U.S. 220 and shut down all three lanes for almost 7 hours.

The Virginia auto accident victim was pronounced dead at the scene. The other driver was taken to Carlion Roanoke Memorial Hospital with unknown conditions.

The police officer killed in the Virginia car accident was well known in the community for his strong involvement with the Rocky Mountain police department.

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Motorcyclist killed in Virginia auto accident

by los | October 9th, 2008

October 9, 2008

A 50-year-old motorcyclist was killed as a result of a Virginia auto accident on Friday morning, as published by Tri Cities.

The Virginia motorcycle accident victim was riding his Harley Davidson south on Johns B. Dennis Highway when he collided head-on with a car driven by an 84-year-old woman.

As a result of the Virginia car accident, the motorcyclist was killed and the driver suffered minor injuries.

Police are continuing their investigation on the Virginia auto accident.

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No injuries in Virginia auto accident

by los | October 7th, 2008

October 7, 2008

A Virginia auto accident occurred early Thursday morning as a result of an illegal lane change, as reported by Stafford County Sun.

A 59-year-old truck driver was trying to slow down on I-95 to avoid hitting the cars in front of him, when he merged into the left lane and caused the Virginia car accident.

As a result of the Virginia auto accident, the first truck hit a second truck, which then hit a third truck. The truck driver who caused the accident was charged with making an unsafe lane change.

No injuries were reported in the Virginia car accident, but traffic was backed up and there were major delays for as long as 15 miles from the site of the crash.

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Fatal Virginia auto accident kills teen

by los | October 2nd, 2008

October 2, 2008

The Roanoke Times reported that an 18-year-old boy was killed on Saturday evening as a result of a Virginia auto accident.

The 17-year-old driver of a BMW was driving west on Virginia 645 when he drove off the road causing the Virginia car accident.

The Virginia auto accident victim who died was a passenger in the front seat. Another passenger in the backseat was taken to Lynchburg General Hospital with injuries.

Police have charged the driver who caused the Virginia auto accident with reckless driving. The accident remains under investigation.

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Missing teenager killed in Virginia Beach auto accident

by los | September 30th, 2008

September 30, 2008

A Virginia Beach auto accident claimed the life of a 17-year-old teen early Sunday morning, as reported by WVEC.

The Virginia car accident victim was wanted by the police for various crimes and was reported missing by his mother on September 11.

The teen was driving a stolen vehicle at a high rate of speed on I-664 when the police clocked and chased after him. The teen then lost control of the stolen car causing the Virginia Beach auto accident.

The driver of the Virginia Beach car accident died en-route to the hospital.

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Drag racing led to Virginia auto accident

by los | September 18th, 2008

September 18, 2008

A reporter on WHJL reported a drag racing incident involving two cars on Sunday night which led to a Virginia auto accident.

A 22-year-old man was driving his Mustang and another man was driving a Corvette at high speeds around the 3200 block of East Stone Drive. The driver of the Mustang lost control of his car and caused the Virginia car accident.

The Virginia auto accident victim was ejected from his Mustang and is in serious condition at a local hospital. His car damaged nine other vehicles when it crashed into a parking lot.

Police are searching for the driver of the Corvette as well as for witnesses who saw the Virginia auto accident.

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