Van Lee Car Accident, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaResident, Van Lee Has Died

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Van Lee Car Accident, Death –  An investigation has been opened into a deadly car collision that took place on Sunday on Interstate 395 in Southwest Washington, District of Columbia. The tragedy claimed the life of at least one person. At approximately 7:45 o’clock in the evening, the police received information that a Hyundai Elantra was traveling in the southbound direction in the Ninth Street tunnel.

The driver of the car had started to take the westbound ramp, but for whatever reason, the car collided with the jersey wall twice, which caused the car to roll over the wall and down onto the southbound lanes of I-395 below. It is not clear what motivated the motorist. The information provided by the Metropolitan Police Department indicates that the Hyundai eventually came to rest on the trunk of a Lexus, rolled over, and skidded on its roof until it came to an end. The collision between the Hyundai and the other car caused the driver to be ejected from the vehicle.

After being struck, the Lexus flipped over onto its roof and was subsequently involved in a collision with a third vehicle that was traveling south on Interstate 395. According to the police, first responders were able to locate the driver of the Hyundai who had been thrown from the vehicle; however, he did not display any signs that were consistent with life, thus they pronounced him dead at the scene of the accident.

After some time had passed, he was identified as Van Thomas Lee, a local of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who was 28 years old at the time. Both the driver of the Lexus and a passenger in the Hyundai were transported to local hospitals for treatment of injuries that were not regarded to be life-threatening. The injuries sustained by both parties were not considered to have been life-threatening.