Motorcycle accident closed 66 Wednesday

I-66 West was shut down by an accident involving a motorcyclist with significant injuries.

The call came in after 3:30 pm Wednesday afternoon near the 10 mile marker in Warren County.

When personnel arrived, they found a bystander rendering aid to a motorcyclist who was down in the roadway.

Emergency Medical Services personnel provided immediate aid and determined air medical transport to a trauma center was needed.

I-66 West was shut down temporarily to allow the arrival of Air Care 4 out of Front Royal.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police and Virginia Department of Transportation assisted in traffic control and offered additional assistance throughout the incident.

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VSP need help identifying tractor trailer

Virginia’s State Police are asking for your help in identifying a tractor trailer that caused a motorcycle crash on Thursday in Fauquier County.

The crash occurred at 3:15 pm along Route 29, James Madison Highway, near Route 744, Lovers Lane.

The 2020 Harley Davidson motorcycle was traveling south on 29 when the tractor trailer made an unsafe lane change.

The move forced the motorcycle off the road and ejected the rider.

The tractor trailer had a black flatbed and did not stop after the accident.

The rider experienced serious injuries and was transported to INOVA Fairfax for treatment

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VSP investigate a fatal accident in Clarke Co.

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Virginia State Police (VSP) responded to a single vehicle crash in Berryville.

The accident occurred on N. Buckmarsh St. and Academy St. when a vehicle ran off the road striking two street signs and a utility pole.

The preliminary report indicates that 57 year old Charles B. Holmes of Charles Town may have had a medical emergency which led to the accident.

Holmes was transported to Winchester Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries.

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