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Driver Hospitalized After Running Off N. Glebe Road

The driver of a car ran off the side of N. Glebe Road, struck a tree, and then allegedly tried to drive off when police arrived.

The incident happened around 10:30 a.m. on the 3400 block of N. Glebe Road, near the Country Club Hills neighborhood. It’s unclear how the single-vehicle crash happened, nor is it clear whether the driver was heading northbound or southbound at the time of the crash, but it damaged a tree and bushes in the front yard of a home along Glebe Road.

The vehicle suffered front-end damage on the driver’s side, but the driver allegedly started to drive off when police arrived, according to scanner traffic. Muddy tire tracks could be seen in the roadway.

The driver stopped a short distance away and was transported to Virginia Hospital Center for unspecified injuries.

Police could be seen examining an open plastic bottle near the vehicle shortly after the ambulance departed the scene.

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