Sports: Thursday, June 1, 2023

Nats Hit 5 HRs In Win Over The Dodgers, O’s Lose Slugfest Against Guardians, VBL Season Begins

Here are all 5 Nats’ Home Runs in yesterday’s 10-6 win over the Dodgers. Courtesy Nationals Radio Network…

VSP fatal two-vehicle crash in Shenandoah County

VSP official patch and logo used by permission by Information Officer Brent Coffey

Virginia State Police (VSP) report by email that they continue to investigate a fatal two-vehicle crash in Shenandoah County.

On May 28 at approximately noon a 2013 Ford Edge crossed the centerline of Route 11 and collided head on with a 2008 Harley Davidson-motorcycle.

Mount Jackson resident Bradley L. Painter driving the motorcycle was killed at the scene of the crash just north of Mooreland Gap Road.

The 57-year-old Painter was wearing his helmet.

The driver of the Ford Jony Salazar Ortiz of New Market sustained serious injuries and was transported to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital.

After treatment the 28-year-old Salazar Ortiz was taken into custody and charged with one felony count of involuntary manslaughter as well as one count of driving under the influence.

Salazar Ortiz has also been charged with the misdemeanor count of not having a valid operator’s license.

Salazar Ortiz is being held at the Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail without bond.

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LCSO investigates a double fatal crash

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) reports that they are continuing their investigation of a double fatal crash that occurred on James Monroe Highway in Aldie May 28.

Preliminary indications are that a motorcycle crossed into oncoming traffic and struck a truck and its horse trailer which in turn collided with a Sports Utility Vehicle.

The operator of the motorcycle 61-year-old Thomas A. Miller of Charles Town was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The driver of the Sport Utility Vehicle 68-year-old Pedro J. Sera-Leyva of Leesburg was also killed in the incident.

The pickup truck driver was transported to the hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Loudoun County Animal Service Personnel  took control of the horses who were uninjured in the crash.

Anyone with any information in the crash is asked to contact the LCSO.

Contact LCSO Investigator Lotz at 703-777-1021 with any information.

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News Maker Jason Parsons on BRH’s future

Blue Ridge Hospice (BRH) continues to update and improve their services to provide the best possible care for the community.

With the changes that have recently occurred with many government agencies we spoke to Chief Strategy Officer Jason Parsons about what the future holds for BRH in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

First Jason tells us how proud and honored BRH was to serve former Co-Founder and Board Co-Chair George Caley in his end of life journey.

Jason also tells us of the future of BRH and the implementation of the PACE program.

He also tells us of the changes BRH plans in the wake of the changes in Medicare and other demands.

Click here for Jason’s news maker.

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