Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Update on Monday Night Traffic Accident

According to the Loudoun County Sherrif's Office, a wrong-way driver
caused a three vehicle crash Monday night on Route 7 near the Clarke
County line.

Shortly before 8 p.m. the Loudoun County Sheriff?s Office received
reports of a Toyota Corolla traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes
of Route 7 near Blueridge Mountain Road. Moments later the Toyota,
driven by Darcy Moore, 25, of Sterling, collided with a 2000 Audi A6
being operated by Jennifer Jeremiah, 33, of Winchester. The impact
sent Moore's vehicle into the median and spun Jeremiah's vehicle
around. Jeremiah?s vehicle was then struck by a 2002 Subaru WRX being
operated by Pascale Roy, 30, of Leesburg.

Moore was airlifted to INOVA Fairfax Hospital with life-threatening
injuries; she remains hospitalized and is listed in critical
condition. Jeremiah was transported to Winchester Hospital for serious
injuries. Roy was taken to the Cornwall Campus of INOVA Loudoun
Hospital for minor injuries.

The Sheriff's office Accident Reconstruction Unit responded to the
scene last night and investigated the crash. Traffic on Route 7
traffic was affected for approximately six hours. The crash remains
under investigation.

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