Police have learned that a second driver was likely involved in last week’s fatal crash that killed a 67-year-old pedestrian in Prince William County, Virginia.
The victim, identified as Zorka Vesovic of Woodbridge, was walking within a crosswalk on Graham Park Road in Triangle in the early hours of Oct. 11. Vesovic was then hit by a 16-year-old driver in a 2010 Hyundai Sonata, police said.
Vesovic was rushed to the hospital, where she died.
The teen driver stayed at the scene, but now, police are saying Vesovic was hit a second time by a second driver who did not stop.
That driver was in a dark-colored, newer model Toyota Camry, which may have damage to the under carriage, police said Monday.
No other injuries were reported. Police continue to investigate the crash.
NBC Washington reported that Vesovic worked in the cafeteria at Graham Park Middle School in Triangle, where her co-workers described her as a “bright spot.” The school’s principal told NBC Washington that Vesovic was struck at a crosswalk that leads to the school.
Below is the area where it happened.
WTOP’s Abigail Constantino contributed to this report.