traffic fatalities

Fatal crash: Guilty plea in Garth Road racing charge
Published on Jul 16th, 2013
1 comments Nearly a year after two young men's paths collided on Garth Road, Thomas Clayton Appleton, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of felony racing that caused the death of 18-year-old Samuel Taylor....
Three fatalities: Traffic deaths unrelated
Published on Apr 3rd, 2013
8 comments Albemarle hasn't had any fatalities all year– and then within three days, three men are dead from crashes on county roads. "All three of these are very different, with much different dynamics...
Highway crashes: 'Economist' bureau chief among two killed
Published on May 11th, 2012
14 comments Two people including an internationally renowned magazine writer died in separate incidents on Albemarle roads May 10. The first of the Thursday accidents occurred around 2:50pm on U.S. 29 South near...
Overcorrection: First Albemarle traffic fatality not weather related
Published on Feb 20th, 2012
12 comments After a year in which 21 people died on roads in Albemarle County, Djarad Robinson, 36, of Charlottesville became the first fatality of 2012 as a passenger in the back seat of a car that had run out...
Another death: Albemarle traffic fatalities rise to 21
Published on Jan 25th, 2012
8 comments In November, after five people died in crashes in less than a week and with 19 deaths for the year, Albemarle was looking at its highest number of traffic fatalities since 2003. Since then, two more...
The road: Death count mounts in Albemarle
Published on Nov 22nd, 2011
25 comments "Let me grab my phone– I'm expecting a victim's family to call." That's Sergeant Sean Hackney on November 17, the morning after the fifth person has died in less than a week on an Albemarle...
You wouldn't illustrate a TJ story with Madison
Published on Jan 5th, 2011
0 comments I was wondering why the photo for [the Hook's November 24 cover story: "The road: Death count mounts in Albemarle"] uses a relatively late-model Renault Clio which, judging from the appearance of the...
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