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Pedestrian Struck by Train at Main & Prince William Streets in Manassas

By Potomac Local News November 27, 2013 9:02 pm

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Updated 

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.

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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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  • http://rynoace23@gmail.com Ryan Sullivan

    I was at the scene….law enforcement and the fire dept were told several times of a suspicious vehicle parked in the middle of main street illegally at the time of the incident only 40 yards from the scene but never investigated. Approximately 2 hours after the scene was cleared several passersby noticed the vehicle still hasn’t moved and was still running. At that time emergency services was called again because an infant was found to be in the car. This is an incredibly disturbing display by emergency services in Manassas!

    The approximately 3 month old boy received a diaper change and tons of love waiting for law enforcement to arrive!