Complete Virginia accident reports and news.
When someone is injured in an accident in Virginia, it is important to gather information about what happens next.
Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income, often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling.
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Corey Mooring was discovered laying in the road at around 3:45 a.m. along George Washington Highway near the intersection of Yadkin Road.
Kristina Goodrow, 18, was riding north in the right-hand lane of Washington Highway about 11 p.m. Sunday when she was hit by a tractor trailer traveling the same direction. Goodrow was pronounced deceased at the crash site.
At around 3:40 a.m. on Sunday, a 2007 Honda S2000 left the roadway and struck a group of trees on Route 604 (Nesting Road) east of Route 648 (Montague Island Road) in the Nesting section of Middlesex County. The driver, Daniel L. Kastner, was brought to VCU Medical Center in Richmond.
A 17-year-old boy died in a car accident on I-64 in York County. Carlos Tobar, was heading west on I-64 when he exited off on the Camp Perry ramp at high speed, ran off the road and collided with some trees.
A tractor-trailer ran a red light at the intersection of Southampton Parkway and Story’s Station Road and crashed into a UTZ work van as it was making a right turn. The driver of the van was hospitalized with minor injuries.
Wendell E. Hayman, 65, of Kansas City, Kansas, and his sister, Ethel D. Ellis, 66, of Washington, D.C., died Friday in a collision on Interstate 295 in Hanover County. Their vehicle was hit by a sports car driven by Stafford L.
Just after midnight, a teen that was driving on Deer Path Road veered off the roadway and crashed into an electrical pole. The car came to rest in a ditch. The teen suffered non-life threatening injuries, and was airlifted to a hospital for treatment.
The fatal crash occurred Thursday morning along Route 250 at the intersection of Route 285 when a Nissan Sentra pulled out in front of a Chrysler Voyager minivan and was broadsided. The driver of the Voyager, Erica Wiles, sustained minor injuries.
Frank L. Turner was driving north on Route 117 at about 10 p.m. when he lost control of his vehicle and it left the road, hitting a tree. He was killed in the crash. Police say that he was not wearing a seat belt at the time and that alcohol was involved.
A Virginia Beach man was injured in a collision that killed one person in Prince George County early Sunday morning. Jesse Tomlin, 25, of Virginia Beach, was driving a vehicle that exited the road, collided with a culvert, and overturned at approximately 2 a.m.
Virginia State Police say a tractor trailer was heading east on Route 33 when it collided with a Honda Civic driven by 17-year-old Jeffrey Roach of McGaheysville at around 3:35 Friday afternoon. Ethan Zander, 16, of Elkton was a passenger in the Honda and was killed in the crash.
A truck loaded with milk overturned on Interstate 70, in Mount Airy. On Wednesday morning the accident caused the truck to spill all the dairy product over the highway.
A bicyclist was riding on Virginia Beach Blvd. when he crossed four lanes and travelled into the path of a Pontiac Grand Prix. The driver stopped to render aid after the collision, and bystanders tried to assist. The bicyclist was taken to a local hospital where he later died.
5-year-old Kenny Johnson was retrieving his bicycle from the parking lot at the West Glade Apartments in Reston, when someone driving a silver SUV backed into him with such force that he was knocked out of his shoes. That driver then quickly left the scene.
A sedan and a bicycle were traveling in the same direction on Route 238 Old Williamsburg Road when the cyclist swerved into the path of the sedan. The bicyclist sustained life-threatening injuries and was hospitalized.
A Ford Taurus that was traveling on Godwin Boulevard sideswiped a lawn tractor that was working on the highway shoulder. The driver of the Taurus was transported to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the tractor was not injured.
A tractor-trailer hauling pallets lost control and overturned in a ditch at about 9:45 p.m. on Nansemond Parkway. The driver recieved medical treatment at the scene, and traffic was rerouted in the area while the tractor-trailer was towed. The accident is still under investigation.
PT Cruiser driver Anthony J. Asbury, 45, of Wytheville, Va., and Camaro driver Shan B. Martens, 28, of Bassett, Va, as well as her daughter, Bria S. Hensley, 9 months, were killed in a fatal crash in Wythe County.
A woman and a three-year-old boy were riding on an ATV on Old Staunton Road when the driver lost control, and the vehicle ran into a chain connected by two fence posts. The two were taken to a local hospital with facial injuries.
Jason Niecse was driving on Burnham Place when he crashed his car into a parked 2011 Acura. The force of the crash pushed the car into a yard, then into a home. Niecse was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for minot injuries and then released.