One dead, 6 injured in Loudoun crash

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Virginia State Police say one person was killed and six others injured in an early-morning crash in Loudoun County. Trooper S.R. Wallace is investigating the accident, which occurred Friday at 1:19 a.m. on Loudoun County Parkway at the intersection of Gloucester Parkway.

According to witnesses, a 2006 Ford F-150 pickup truck was traveling north on Loudoun County Parkway when it failed to stop for a red light at the intersection of Gloucester Parkway, state police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said. A 1997 Toyota sedan was traveling west on Gloucester Parkway and had the green light. The pickup truck struck the Toyota.

Zabihullah Haiderian (Photo via Facebook)

Zabihullah Haiderian (Photo via Facebook)

The driver of the Toyota, Zabihullah Haiderian, 36, of Ashburn, and four of his passengers suffered injuries ranging from minor to serious, and were transported to nearby hospitals for treatment. A fifth passenger, Maria Haiderian, 37, of Ashburn, was transported to Fairfax Inova Hospital, where she died later Friday morning.

According to his Facebook profile, Haiderian is a native of Kabul Afghanistan. He studied at ACCA, an accounting school in London.

The driver of the pickup truck, Nakia P. Wilkerson, 39, of Culpeper, was transported to Lansdowne Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. She was charged with failing to obey a traffic light.

The crash remains under investigation.

Toyota Passengers:

·         Naweed Noori, 26, was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of minor injuries. He was wearing a seatbelt.

·         Jamshed Noori, 27, was transported to Reston Hospital for treatment of serious injuries. She was wearing a seatbelt.

·         Masha Haiderian, 5, was transported to Fairfax Inova Hospital for treatment of serious injuries. She was secured in a booster seat.

·         Armaghan Haiderian, 3, was not in a child safety seat and was ejected from the vehicle. She was transported to Fairfax Inova Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.




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