A man in his 70s was trapped in an SUV that overturned in North Arlington early this afternoon.
The crash happened around 12:45 p.m., on Williamsburg Blvd near the intersection with N. Glebe Road.
The man was promptly extricated from the vehicle by firefighters. He did not appear to be seriously hurt, according to scanner traffic, and was transported via ambulance to Virginia Hospital Center.
Williamsburg Blvd is closed while a tow crew removes the vehicle and debris from the roadway.
Photos courtesy @ACFDPIO
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