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Heart attack kills Herndon man on I-66

Tom Jackman

A Herndon man driving on Interstate 66 during the morning rush hour suffered an apparent heart attack Friday morning, collided with other vehicles as he veered out of control near the entrance to the Roosevelt Bridge, and died, Arlington County police said.

Chip E. Moss, 52, was heading east on the highway near the exit for Route 110 in Arlington, police Det. Crystal Nosal said. About 9:10 a.m., family members in the car told police, he suffered an apparent heart attack and lost control of his silver Mercedes.

The Mercedes crossed the lanes of busy traffic and collided with seven vehicles, Nosal said. Moss was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. A driver and a passenger of another car were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
-- Tom Jackman

By Tom Jackman  | September 24, 2010; 5:44 PM ET
Categories:  Arlington, Tom Jackman, Traffic Accidents  
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