• May 05, 2017

Anita Robertson Killed in Danville, VA, Car Accident

Danville, VA -- April 30, 2017, Anita Louise Robertson was killed due to an accident where her car crashed with another vehicle.

Investigators from the Virginia State Police reported on the two-vehicle accident. They reported that it happened at around 6:00 p.m. along Mount Cross Road.

Preliminary details have indicated that 63-year-old Robertson was driving a Chevy Impala along Mount Cross Road at the time. For reasons unclear, the vehicle lost control and swerved across the center dividing line. This put the car into the path of an oncoming Dodge Ram driven by a 16-year-old boy. The two vehicles collided head-on.

Robertson suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene of the crash. The 16-year-old was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

Police have not reported any particular factors involved in this accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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