Fairfax County police said a single vehicle crash early Saturday morning near Dulles International Airport killed two men, and they need help to identify them.
The crash happened just before noon Saturday on eastbound Route 100 at the intersection of Quarterfield Road.
Early Sunday’s collision in Seat Pleasant killed 3-year-old Grecia Sanchez Cruz and 25-year-old Brenda Merlot, both of Lanham. A third occupant was also killed but has yet to be identified.
An accident reconstruction unit responded to Telegraph Road and Graceway Drive in Lorton for a single vehicle crash around 1 p.m. and found that the driver of the vehicle had died.
A newly released police report shows that a D.C. firefighter behind the wheel of a fire truck that crashed into a car last March, killing its intoxicated driver, was traveling nearly 25 miles an hour over the speed limit.
Northview Elementary School is offering grief counseling following Saturday’s crash along U.S. 301 in Bowie, Maryland, that killed two of its students and three other children.
Bradley Nolan Watts, 38, of Olney, was driving north on Bowie Mill Road approaching Cashell Road when his 2007 Toyota Corolla left the road and struck the utility pole at about 2:46 a.m. Sunday, Montgomery County police said.
“It appears that children were not restrained properly,” Maryland State Police Capt. Daniel Pickett said.
Prosecutors indicate the 27-year-old Charles County man was driving drunk after leaving a Washington Redskins game on the night of the Dec. 30 crash.
Police have released the name of the man who died in a two-car crash Tuesday morning in Damascus, Maryland, as well as the passenger in his car who was severely injured.
One man is dead and two others were in the hospital after a head-on collision Tuesday morning in Montgomery County.
A Maryland woman and a D.C. man were killed in separate crashes Wednesday in Prince George’s County.
Investigators with the Charles County Sheriff’s Office said the 21-year-old woman lost control of the car she was driving on New Year’s Eve. The car crashed into a tree on St. Charles Parkway. Her 15-year-old sister died at the scene.
The 15-year-old sister of the car’s driver, who was sitting in the back seat at the time of the crash, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
A Centreville woman is dead and three others were hurt after a crash Monday night on Fairfax County Parkway.
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