Washington & Lee student Kelsey Durkin killed, 9 others injured in car crash in Virginia.
Washington & Lee University says a traffic accident has killed one student and injured nine others.
A university spokesman says in a statement posted on the school's website that Kelsey Durkin of New Canaan died in a single-vehicle accident Tuesday in Rockbridge County.
Ruscio says six students were treated at a hospital in Lexington and released. Three students were transported from the Lexington hospital to other area hospitals. The driver of the car has been charged with DUI.
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