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Crash Involving Horse Trailer Kills 2 In Loudoun County
Two people died in a three-vehicle crash involving a horse trailer Memorial Day Weekend in Loudoun County.
The crash happened on James Monroe Highway at Tail Race Road in Aldie Saturday, May 28 around 3 p.m., the sheriff's office said.
Thomas A. Miller, 61, of West Virginia, crossed into oncoming traffic and struck a pickup truck hauling the horse trailer, authorities said. The truck lost control and struck an SUV, driven by Pedro J. Sera-Leyva, 68, of Leesburg, police said.
The operator of the pick-up truck was taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. The…
Motorcyclist, 29, Killed In Turnpike Crash Was From Family Of Corrections Officers
The 29-year-old motorcyclist killed in a crash on the NJ Turnpike has been identified as a third-generation state corrections officer.
Tyler Ford, of Hamilton, was heading south in the outer lanes when he struck a car that was stopped behind a three-car pileup near milepost 78.7 in East Brunswick on Saturday, May 27, New Jersey State Police Sgt. Philip Curry said.
The three-car crash was caused when one vehicle swerved to avoid debris, lost control and became disabled in the left lane, police said. That vehicle was then hit by another, and that one by another, police said.
Ford was ejected…
Missing Postal Worker's Body Recovered From Jersey Shore
The search for Corey McFadden has come to a tragic end.
The body of the missing 33-year-old postal worker, who was reported missing by co-workers on Monday, May 1, was recovered approximately a mile off the Sandy Hook coast after being spotted by a fisherman on Monday, May 22, New Jersey State Police Sgt. Philip Curry said.
McFadden, of Lower Township, was a U.S. Postal Service employee who have delivered mail in Cape May City since 2019, a manager said.
His car was found on Sunday, April 30 along the Garden State Parkway, Wall Township police previously said. The vehicle was unocc…