The woman died at a hospital, about two hours after a head-on collision on Little Neck Road, Virginia Beach, VA. She lived in the 1300 block of Ivywood Road, and was driving north in a 1995 Honda Civic when a driver in a 2005 Nissan Maxima suffered a medical emergency and drove into opposing traffic, colliding head on with her.
The woman was an active member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Virginia Beach, according to an obituary. Sadly, in a split moment, her two sons, six grandchildren and a great granddaughter, will never see her dance, play bunko, or cook for her family again.
The Police Department's Fatal Crash Team was still investigating, and the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office will screen the case. If the VA wreck was the fault of anyone, the family or friends of the woman might have to file a wrongful death case with the assistance of Virginia personal injury lawyers against the responsible parties to get justice for the loss suffered. The death of a loved one is a life-changing event that may never fully be put in the past.
This Virginia vehicle crash illustrated the damage that can occur in a car wreck, and how someone might need to engage VA personal injury attorneys to help in recovering.
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