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Fairfax woman killed in head-on crash in Nokesville

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A Fairfax County woman was killed Wednesday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash in Nokesville, according to Prince William County police.

Officers responded to the area of Fleetwood Drive near Hazelwood Drive at 1:10 p.m. Wednesday, March 3, to find that a 2008 Toyota Rav-4 had collided head-on with a 1994 Mack truck.

The investigation revealed that the driver of the Toyota Rav-4 was traveling north on Fleetwood Drive when the driver crossed over the center line and struck the truck head on, according to Officer Wade Dickinson, a police department spokesman.

The driver of the Rav-4 was pronounced deceased on scene. The driver was identified as Joyce Evelyn Smith, 83, of Fairfax, Dickinson said in a news release.

The driver of the 1994 Mack truck, a 41-year-old Culpeper man, was not injured. 

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