The VSP Investigate A Crash With A Bicycle In Culpeper County

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The VSP (Virginia State Police) reported by email that they are investigating a fatal crash involving a bicycle that occurred late Sunday night on June 30th.

A Toyota Camry was traveling down James Madison Highway in Culpeper County when it suddenly struck a woman traveling on a bicycle.

The Bicycle did not have any reflective gear, and the rider, Rachel Bachoon, passed at the scene.

The driver of the vehicle, Christina Hamilton, received minimal injuries

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VSP investigate a fatal plane crash in Culpeper County

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Virginia State Police (VSP) report by email the investigation of  a fatal plane crash May 17 in Culpeper County.

The small, private aircraft went down in the 13000 block of Spillman Road near Brandy Station in Culpeper County.

The crash occurred at approximately 2:45 p.m.

A news release from Virginia State Police Sgt. Brent Coffey did not identify the pilot, who was the sole occupant and died at the scene.

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board were notified, and the crash remains under investigation.

Further details are expected at the end of the investigation.

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VSP announces charges from fatal Culpeper County crash

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Virginia State Police charged Steven A. Rose, 45, of Amissville, with one felony count of DUI involuntary manslaughter and one felony count of DUI maiming in connection with the fatal crash that occurred in Culpeper County on October 4th.

The five vehicle crash occurred at 9:08 pm at the intersection of Route 211 and 229 when Rose’s Dodge Durango slammed into a group of cars stopped at a redlight.

In the accident, two people suffered life threatening injuries and were flown to INOVA Fairfax Hospital for treatment, another driver and passenger suffered minor injuries and were transported to Fauquier Health for treatment, and the drivers of two other vehicles were uninjured.

Diane Mederos, 61, of Amissville, died at the scene due to her injuries.

Rose was the only person in the crash that was not wearing a seatbelt.

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