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    UPDATE: Loudoun juvenile succumbs to injuries after car stunt


    A Loudoun County child died early Friday from injuries sustained when he fell from a car on Monday in a parking lot in the Dulles Crossing Plaza.

    The 17-year-old had stood on the trunk of a moving Subaru driven by an adult man in an attempt to shoot video of the 11 p.m. ride, according to sheriff's office reports.

    He fell as the car's driver attempted to turn in the Ethan Allen parking lot.

    He was airlifted from the scene to Fairfax Inova Hospital with a severe head injury. He died Friday morning.

    According to reports, the case remains under investigation.

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    The only thing odd here is you thinking we need to know what you are thinking about. This was a foolish mistake by both parties unlike the deputy shooting his daughter, this was no accident. Maybe you should turn the light on first or could this be unlike Mrs. Mars murdering 2 people, was she impaired and getting off with a $2500 dollar fine. What were the medication she was on that were mentioned but never identified and what was her blood alcohol level readings?


    Odd two Saturday’s ago was my 20th high school reunion and I talked to a former classmate whose best friend died in the same fashion falling off his car. I had not though of that for nearly 20 years.

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