Double Fatality on I-95

Virginia (December 3, 2011)  Two women were killed when the vehicle they were riding in crashed on I-95 north in Stafford.  According to the Virginia State Police, the crash occurred at 4:50 a.m. near Exit 140. 

Ira Moye, 81 was driving a 2007 Chrysler Town and Country with three passengers when the vehicle ran off the left side of the roadway, went down an embankment, and slammed into a tree.

The two rear seat passengers, Rosetta Davis, 83, and Mae Ola Moye, 81, were pronounced dead at the scene.

Ira Moye of Englewood, N.J., and the front seat passenger, Linda Rose Davis, 56, sustained serious injuries and were transported to Mary Washington Hospital.

Everyone was wearing seat belts at the time of the crash, according to trooper T.D. Elliott.

The Virginia State police are still investigating the fatal accident.

3 Thoughts on “Double Fatality on I-95

  1. Frank Felder on December 5, 2011 at 10:49 pm said:

    Very Good People! God Bless Their Souls FOREVER! They will be truly missed by family and friends.

  2. Cecelia Aiken on December 7, 2011 at 11:23 am said:

    May God Bless the families who suffered a loss and our prayers go out to the Moye family, Mr and Mrs. Moye are very loving and beautiful people, I will miss Mrs Moye. I am praying for Ira Moyes recovery.

  3. I think old age may have been a factor. vision problems, slow response, failure to negotiate curve, etc etc all seem to happen at such age. The DMV should do more testing before issuing driver license to such old people. Especially since this is a single vehicle crash, there seems no reason besides the physical condition of the occupants.

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