Metrobus involved in possible hit-and-run?
Police and Metro are investigating an apparent hit and run accident that happened in Ballston this afternoon, reports ARLnow.com.
The three occupants of the car that was hit and another witness told police that a Metrobus rear-ended a car at the intersection of Fairfax Drive and Glebe Road, then fled the scene by making an illegal right turn from the main travel lanes of Fairfax onto Glebe.
A Metro supervisor showed up about an hour after the accident. A Metro spokesperson says the transit agency is investigating the incident.
Read more of this story on ARLnow.com
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| August 10, 2010; 3:40 PM ET
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