Harley Accident Kills Two on I-95

Virginia (August 18, 2011)  According to The Virginia State Police a man and woman were killed on Interstate 95 South just before 11 p.m. near Exit 69-Bells Road.  Three vehicles were involved in the deadly accident, closing I-95 South for almost 4 hours.

A woman, driving a Ford Taurus, broke down and attempted to pull onto the left shoulder but was partially blocking the left lane.  The driver of a Chevrolet Impala stopped behind the disabled Taurus in the left lane of I-95 when Christopher L. Davidson, driving a 2000 Harley Davidson XL1200C motorcycle rear ended the Chevrolet Impala.

The force of the impact ejected Christopher L. Davidson and his passenger, Wendy M. Jones from the motorcycle, killing them.  Both riders were wearing helmets.

The drivers of the two other cars were not injured.

The Southbound lanes of Interstate 95 were reopened at 2:45 a.m.

One Thought on “Harley Accident Kills Two on I-95

  1. The accident was unfortunate. Wendy was a very sweet young lady, as well as a nursing supervisor. He smile and conversations will truly be missed. My prayers goes out to the children that was left behind. Chris was also a nice and friendly person. Their deaths are still unbelievable, and his son lost a father too soon. My prayers are with the families of both victims. There time on earth has been fullfilled. May they rest in peace. God will bless the families (all children) and each day will get better. Know that wendy and Chris loves their children.

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