(Updated at 3:10 p.m.) A car ran into and knocked over a light pole on S. George Mason Drive this afternoon.
The crash involved a single vehicle — a Ford Mustang convertible — and happened around 2:00 p.m. in front of the Army National Guard Readiness Center, near Route 50.
We’re told that the driver suffered minor injuries as a result of the wreck. She was transported via ambulance to a local hospital.
The northbound lanes of George Mason Drive are temporarily closed between 4th Street S. and Route 50. Southbound lanes of George Mason are still open.
Dominion Power crews are on scene, preparing to assist with the clean-up.
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