• September 18, 2023

Martin Warner Jr. Killed, One Injured in a Tractor-Trailer Accident on Interstate 495 in Fairfax County, VA

Fairfax County, VA — September 12, 2023, Martin Warner Jr. was killed, and one was injured in a tractor-trailer crash on Interstate 495 near Exit 174 in Fairfax County, VA.

Authorities indicate that on September 12, a fatal crash occurred when a tractor-trailer and a vehicle collided in Fairfax County for unknown reasons. According to reports, the crash happened around 12:30 a.m. on I-495 near Exit 174.

Investigators say a Mercedes Benz rear-ended a tractor-trailer headed east on Interstate 495. Sources say the truck was stopped at the time of the crash. Authorities have not released the cause of the accident, and no additional details are currently available.

Officials confirmed the Mercedes driver, 51-year-old Martin Warner Jr., suffered fatal injuries. The truck driver, whose name has not been given, reportedly sustained serious injuries and was taken to an area hospital.

No other injuries were reported. The crash is under investigation.

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