SUSSEX COUNTY, Va. — A 59-year-old Pennsylvania masculine was killed following a highway fury occurrence on Interstate 95 in Sussex County, Virginia, according to Virginia State Police orator Sgt. Keeli Hill.
The occurrence began during about 2:30 a.m. Thursday and concerned a motorist of a 2010 Honda Odyssey and a motorist of a 2001 Volkswagen Jetta.
“The motorist of a Jetta began to delayed down in front of a Odyssey, came to a finish stop in a trade line and exited his car to have a written sell with a motorist of a Odyssey,” Sgt. Hill said. “During a written fight in a trade lane, a 2014 Freightliner tractor trailer was roving in a northbound lanes and was incompetent to stop in time for a dual vehicles restraint a trade lane. The motorist swerved to equivocate a collision; side swiped a Honda Odyssey, and struck a 59-year-old masculine motorist outward of his vehicle.”
The Pennsylvania masculine was killed instantly, military said. His name has not nonetheless been expelled as his family is being contacted about a death.
No one else on stage was hurt.
The occurrence took place nearby mile pen 24.
Police pronounced it seemed ethanol was not a cause in a incident.
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