Man who died in Va. crash may have meant to kill self: Police
Virginia authorities suspect one of two men who died in a multi-vehicle accident intended to kill himself when he caused the crash.
State police Sgt. Michelle Cotten says the North Carolina man told an acquaintance he'd left a letter and suggested he watch the news before the wreck Monday night in Chesapeake.
The driver's name has not been released.
Police say his Toyota slammed head-on into a pickup, killing 72-year-old Suffolk resident Richard L. Williamson. A passenger in the Toyota and a woman in a third vehicle were injured.
-- The Virginian-Pilot
Washington Post Editors
April 28, 2010; 7:58 AM ET
Categories: Traffic Accidents , Virginia
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