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    Three-vehicle collision in Lansdowne injures two; closes traffic

    A three-vehicle collision that injured two Thursday closed several lanes of traffic in Lansdowne after an SUV overturned and leaked fuel.

    The 5:47 p.m. crash at the intersection of Route 7 and Lansdowne Boulevard happened when a 22-year-old Boyce man, driving a 2005 Toyota 4Runner, hit a stopped 2004 Lincoln Town Car, driven by a 28-year-old Leesburg man.

    The Lincoln Town Car was pushed into a 2008 Honda Accord driven by a 47-year-old Leesburg man.

    Loudoun County Sheriff's Office reports said both drivers were stopped for traffic at the Route 7/Belmont Ridge Road signal.

    After the initial impact, the 4Runner overturned onto the driver’s side.

    The driver of the Lincoln was airlifted to Inova Fairfax Hospital and is in stable condition.

    The driver of the Honda was taken to the Lansdowne Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the 4Runner was treated at the scene.


    Comments

    “Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office reports said both drivers were stopped for traffic at the Route 7/Belmont Ridge Road signal. “

    I have wondered why they don’t put an overpass there similar to the one on River Creek. It gets backed up every morning. That intersection is always on the 10 most dangerous intersections the County comes up with every year.

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