TRAFFIC ALERT: Army Navy Drive is closed in 1600 block due to overturned vehicle. 1 occupant transported to hospital. Expect traffic delays. pic.twitter.com/56nimGtBXS
— ArlingtonCountyPD (@ArlingtonVaPD) October 4, 2017
An SUV careened into woods and overturned during this morning’s commute.
The incident happened along the 1600 block of Army Navy Drive, police said, not far from Pentagon City. The crash scene was also near Army-Navy Country Club and the ramp from I-395 to Arlington Ridge Road.
A police spokeswoman said the vehicle had been traveling along Army Navy Drive at the time of the crash.
One person was transported to the hospital, according to police. One lane of Army Navy Drive has reopened but drivers should expect delays in the area.
Map via Google Maps
All lanes of S. Walter Reed Drive are closed in the area of Four Mile Run Drive due to a major crash.
The wreck happened just before 3:45 p.m. Monday on the steep hill leading down to Four Mile Run Drive. Initial reports suggest that at least three vehicles were involved and at least two people were hurt and are being transported to the hospital.
At least one of the vehicles overturned as a result of the crash, which knocked down utility poles and wires.
A number of people witnessed the crash. Witnesses reportedly told police that one of the drivers crossed into oncoming traffic at a high rate of speed.
TRAFFIC ALERT ⚠️: Walter Reed Drive is closed between S. Quincy Street and Four Mile Run Drive for crash investigation. Seek alt route.
— ArlingtonCountyPD (@ArlingtonVaPD) September 25, 2017
2 patients transported. No entrapment. E109M remaining on scene for power company to take care of down poles and for vehicle removal. pic.twitter.com/M7kyZ3uBBA
— Arlington Fire (@ArlingtonVaFD) September 25, 2017
Photos from the accident on S. Walter Reed Dr. pic.twitter.com/juC4lqk3Sc
— LincolnACFD (@LincolnACFD) September 25, 2017
Map (top) via Google Maps
A vehicle overturned on the road from Shirlington to Fairlington Monday night.
The crash occurred around 11:30 p.m. on the 4200 block of 31st Street S.
It’s unclear how the crash happened. At least one parked car had visible damage near the flipped car.
It was initially reported that one person was trapped in the car, but that person was able to “self-extricate,” according to scanner traffic. No serious injuries were reported.
The road was closed following the wreck, while police waited for a tow crew to arrive.
A car flipped on Spout Run Parkway this morning, rolling down a steep slope into the woods nearby.
Officers from the U.S. Park Police responded to the southbound side of the parkway just after its intersection with Lorcom Lane around 10:45 a.m. today (Wednesday).
The driver appeared to lose control of the car before careering off the road and into the woods. There were no injuries reported.
Park Police were on scene, and by 11 a.m. a tow truck was on scene to remove the wrecked car. A police car occupied the right-hand lane nearby. There were no significant traffic impacts.
At least four other incidents of vehicles flipping or running into the woods along Spout Run Parkway have been reported over the past six years, including one incident last year of a motorcycle chase ending on the parkway.
A driver “hit the gas instead of the brakes” and flipped her car in the East Falls Church Metro commuter parking lot this morning, according to a fire department spokesman.
The incident was first reported around 7 a.m.
Rescuers from the Arlington County Fire Department helped to extricate the woman from the overturned vehicle. She was transported to the hospital with minor injuries, the spokesman said.
One patient has been successfully extricated & transported with non life threatening injuries. Incident-East Falls Church Metro parking lot pic.twitter.com/Og9t15wqMP
— Arlington Fire (@ACFDPIO) August 7, 2017
GW PARKWAY… pic.twitter.com/GkJfsxqhQU
— Jus4IKE (@EDISAAC72) August 2, 2017
Update at 4:35 p.m. — The northbound lanes of the parkway have reopened.
Earlier: Northbound lanes of the GW Parkway are blocked due to a multi-vehicle crash involving an overturned car.
The crash happened around 3:50 p.m. in the northbound lanes of the Parkway near Reagan National Airport and left one car on its roof. According to scanner traffic, all occupants of the cars involved were able to get out without the assistance of rescuers.
A man and woman were reported to be injured in the crash. One was transported via ambulance to the trauma center at George Washington University Hospital, while the other was taken to Virginia Hospital Center for treatment.
Northbound traffic is blocked and being diverted. One southbound lane is also blocked by the emergency response. The closures, coming during the evening rush hour, are causing significant traffic delays.
Arlington police and fire department units responded to the call, assisted by others from Alexandria and U.S. Park Police.
— WTOP Traffic (@WTOPtraffic) August 2, 2017
Traffic advisory: Motor vehicle crash with injuries NB George Washington Memorial Parkway at Reagan National Airport. NB lanes blocked.
— USPPNEWS (@usparkpolicepio) August 2, 2017
Traffic Alert: Accident on GW PKY North is causing delays near airport. Please allow extra time.
— Reagan Airport (@Reagan_Airport) August 2, 2017
An SUV flipped on its side as a result of a two-vehicle crash on Wilson Blvd this morning.
The crash happened around 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Wilson and N. Rhodes Street, roughly between Rosslyn and Courthouse. The intersection is home to the Rhodeside Grill restaurant.
The road was blocked immediately following the crash, causing some traffic tie-ups.
No word yet on whether there were any injuries.
Photo No. 1 courtesy Guillermo Castillo, photo No. 2 courtesy @rickolivieri
A collision between two cars that left one on its side closed two lanes of Lee Highway near the Key Bridge Marriott Hotel in Rosslyn.
The crash happened around 4 p.m., near the intersection with N. Oak Street. A driver heading west on Lee Highway in a grey Audi collided with an Infiniti looking to turn right from N. Oak Street. The two collided, with the Infiniti left on its side.
Police closed the two outside lanes of Lee Highway, but left traffic through in the right-hand lane with an officer directing traffic.
Paramedics were dispatched for three reported injuries according to scanner traffic, none of them said to be life-threatening. Medics did not appear to require a stretcher, as it was removed with no one in it.
Just before 4:30 p.m., crews were preparing a winch to upright the stricken Infiniti. The Audi’s front was smashed in and it was still in the roadway.
A car flipped on its roof on eastbound I-66 around the start of Tuesday evening’s rush hour.
The crash happened around 4:15 p.m. in the area of N. Westmoreland Street. The occupants of the vehicle were able to get out and no serious injuries were reported.
Inbound traffic approaching Arlington on I-66 is backing up prior to the accident scene. One travel lane is blocked.
A two-vehicle crash resulted in an SUV flipping on its roof this morning at the intersection of Carlin Springs Road and N. Park Drive, near Ballston.
The accident happened around 11 a.m.
The driver of the Toyota SUV was able to get out of the overturned vehicle before rescuers arrived on scene. No serious injuries were reported.
A second vehicle, a Volkswagen, suffered front end damage.
Police assisted with traffic control while a tow driver used a winch to flip over the SUV and get it on a flatbed. Park Drive was blocked for just over an hour following the wreck.
The crash happened around 10 a.m. The driver was able to “self-extricate” from the vehicle, which was flipped on its roof, according to scanner traffic.
Glebe Road is closed while a tow crew works to remove the flipped vehicle and clean debris from the roadway.
The driver’s injuries are believed to be minor.
(Updated at 12:30 p.m.) A crash involving at least two vehicles, including one that rolled over on its roof, closed westbound Route 50 for part of the morning commute.
The crash was reported around 7:30 a.m. at the intersection with Irving Street.
One person had to be extricated from the rolled-over vehicle. That individual, an adult male, was transported to the trauma center at George Washington University Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, said Arlington County Police spokeswoman Ashley Savage.
From the Arlington County police and fire departments, via Twitter:
— ArlingtonCountyPD (@ArlingtonVaPD) December 19, 2016
Units on scene of an accident w/ rollover & entrapment at Route 50 and Irving St. Expect significant delays. pic.twitter.com/Z1Ru234DeM
— Arlington Fire (@ACFDPIO) December 19, 2016
— Arlington Fire (@ACFDPIO) December 19, 2016
UPDATE: All WB lanes of Route 50 have reopened. https://t.co/oXK0y0Sc7F
— ArlingtonCountyPD (@ArlingtonVaPD) December 19, 2016
Photo courtesy ACPD
W-L Student Pens Open Letter on Boundary Changes — The boundary changes approved by the School Board on Dec. 1 will decrease socio-economic diversity at Arlington’s high schools, despite diversity being a stated “core value” at Arlington Public Schools. That’s the argument made by a Washington-Lee student in an open letter to the School Board, published by the Crossed Sabres student newspaper. The article has been widely shared online and, we’re told, has broken traffic records on the newspaper’s website. [Crossed Sabres]
Rollover Crash Last Night — A crash involving an SUV that flipped on its roof was reported near the intersection of Little Falls Road and N. Glebe Road just before 8 p.m. last night. Another crash, involving a person potentially trapped in a vehicle, was reported on Old Dominion Drive just over the border in McLean, around 6 p.m. [Twitter, Twitter]
AFAC Collecting Lots of Donated Food — Holiday-time food collections are bolstering supplies at the Arlington Food Assistance Center. Just yesterday AFAC said it had received around 3,900 lbs of food from property owner Vornado and 1,900 lbs from apartment operator Dittmar. Dittmar says its total holiday food drive goal this year is 5,500 lbs. Other organizations collecting food for AFAC include local real estate agents that have formed a group called Arlington Realtors Care. [Instagram]
More Special Needs Students at APS — The percentage of special needs students at Arlington’s public schools has remained steady, but due to enrollment growth the number of special needs students has increased, presenting budgetary and instructional challenges. [InsideNova]
Cruz and Cornyn’s Queso Comes from Ballston — When Texas Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn needed some authentic Texas-style queso to square off in a taste test against cheese dip from Arkansas, they went to Uncle Julio’s Mexican Restaurant in Ballston. (The restaurant chain is based in Texas.) Unfortunately, the Arkansas cheese won the competition. [Roll Call]
(Updated at 3:40 p.m.) Arlington County firefighters and paramedics responded to the scene of a serious accident on I-66 near Glebe Road.
A vehicle somehow overturned on the on-ramp from Glebe to eastbound I-66. Initial reports suggest two people were hurt in the wreck and one has potentially serious injuries.
At least one person was reported to be trapped in the vehicle after the crash, according to the fire department dispatch.
During the emergency response there were significant delays in both directions on I-66. Those delays have since mostly dissipated.
A car overturned on Lee Highway near Rosslyn during this evening’s rush hour.
The crash was reported just past 4 p.m. in the northbound lanes of Lee Highway, approaching Rosslyn, between N. Quinn and Rhodes streets. Traffic was down to one lane on Lee Highway, we’re told.
It’s unclear what caused the crash. No serious injuries were reported. A tow truck is currently on scene.
Photo (top) courtesy Eric LeKuch