Fairfax County police are looking for witnesses to help clear up conflicting accounts of a reckless driving incident last week.
Police say the incident took place last Friday (April 5) on Beulah Road between Leesburg Pike and Old Courthouse Road. According to FCPD:
We received complaints of reckless driving around 5:45 p.m. involving three cars — a black Honda Civic, a blue Honda Civic and a silver Honda Accord. One car was forced off the road and caused several nearby drivers to have to avoid collisions.
The drivers were identified, but police said they provided conflicting accounts of the event.
The incident is believed to have started in Maryland but continued down into Fairfax County, police said. There were no injuries.
“We would like to speak with anyone who may have witnessed the aggressive driving behavior of these individuals at that time,” police said in the press release. “Anyone who may have information regarding this incident is asked to call Master Police Officer C. R. Quattrin at the McLean District Station at 703-556-7750.”
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