Prince William County Police have confirmed the identity of a pedestrian killed in a crash on Feb. 24.
Officers identified 65-year-old Arthur Raymond Labunde as the deceased pedestrian who was struck just before 6:20 p.m. and hospitalized.
The driver, according to police, was a 32-year-old man from Washington D.C. driving a 2016 Chrysler Town and Country.
Police say that Labunde was crossing a travel lane outside of a crosswalk when the crash occurred. The driver remained on the scene.
Labunde died from injuries sustained during the collision on Mar. 11.
*FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: #PWCPD crash investigators investigated a #fatal #pedestrian #crash that occurred on River Ridge Rd near RT. 1 in #Woodbridge. The crash occurred on Feb. 24. More info; pic.twitter.com/PImXwzgH48
— Prince William County Police Department (@PWCPolice) March 13, 2022
A statement from the department determined that speed, alcohol and drugs were not factors in this crash.
Editor’s note: This article was updated from a prior version that said the man was driving a 2021 Chrysler Town and Country as police gave conflicting information regarding the year the car was made. WTOP learned the vehicle was a 2016 model.