Two dead after two vehicles crashed into tree in Virginia

by SpeedLux
Route 33, Virginia

Two were killed after their vehicle lost control and crashed head-on into a tree in Virginia on Friday.

The crash took place at the intersection of Mountain Road (Route 33) and Rosmarin Road when a 2003 Dodge pick-up truck was moving eastbound on Mountain Road and towing a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer with a drawbar attachment.

As the Dodge pick-up got to Rosmarin Road, police say the car the pick-up was towing became unstable and forced both cars off the road.

The truck then crashed head-on into a tree.

The Trailblazer disconnected and also crashed with a tree.

Both the driver and passenger of the pick-up were pronounced dead at the scene.

Victims have been identified as a 25-year-old named Chauncey Eugene Walker, Jr. of Richmond, and a 52-year-old named Robert William Bailey of Culpeper.

There were no other victims.

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