Pedestrian Struck by Train at Main & Prince William Streets in Manassas
Manassas officials have new information on the woman who was struck by a train in Manassas on Wednesday night.
More in a press release:
A female pedestrian was struck by a passenger train at approximately 8:20 p.m. There was a young child found in a vehicle nearby that belonged to the woman struck and the child was taken
into protective custody by authorities and later released to a family member.
The investigation is ongoing.
Nov. 27, 2013
MANASSAS, Va. — A pedestrian was struck by a train in Manassas tonight.
The female victim is alive and is being treated at a local hospital, said city spokeswoman Patty Prince.
Rescue crews were called to the area of Main and Prince William streets in the city about 8:45 p.m., according to information posted to the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company’s Facebook page.
A helicopter was called to fly the victim to a local trauma center, however, no helicopters were available to fly because of the windy weather, according to initial information.
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