Fatal Crash Claims 3 Annapolis Residents, Hospitalizes 1 When Car Stops On I-95: Police
HANOVER COUNTY, VA - Three Annapolis residents died and a fourth was hospitalized in a Saturday crash in Virginia, police said.
Troopers identified the victims, who all died on the scene, as:
- Andrea Michelle Rodriguez Guillen, 18
- Francisco Eleazar Orellana Reyes, 24
- An unidentified 16-year-old girl
Medics took the surviving victim to Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center with serious injuries, authorities said. Officials expect the injured man to survive.
The Virginia State Police said the crash happened around 2:11 a.m. in Hanover County, located just north of Richmond.
The victims' 2011 Nissan Sentra sedan was stopped in the center lane of southbound Interstate 95 at mile marker 88 for an unknown reason, troopers said.
A press release said a 2017 Dodge Ram pick-up truck hit the stopped car from behind.
Police said the Dodge driver was not hurt.
Troopers are still investigating.
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