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2 Killed in Crash on Lee Chapel Road in Fairfax County
An automobile accident that occurred on Tuesday night in Fairfax County left two adolescent girls dead and another in critical condition, according to the local police. According to a news release issued by the Fairfax County police, a collision involving a single car took place at approximately 9:30 p.m. in the 7500 block of Lee Chapel Road in the Fairfax Station neighborhood.
According to the release, when the police came, they discovered the car off to the side of the road. According to the police, the two people who were slain passed away at the scene of the incident, while the third person was sent to a hospital with injuries that are considered to be life-threatening. According to the authorities, the driver was one among those who passed away.
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Due to a rule in Virginia that bans them from doing so without the approval of a parent, the police have not disclosed the names of the minors who were killed in the accident, nor have they disclosed their ages. Sgt. Jim Curry verified that all three victims were young women in their late teens and that they were all underage.
All three victims were female. The investigation revealed that the detectives believed that speed, and not alcohol, was a factor in the tragedy. This is the second deadly collision that has taken place in Fairfax County so far in 2018.