Crash Caught on Video Outside Tysons Collision Center

When a Honda van T-boned a sedan near the Spring Hill Metro station in Tysons, a third driver caught it all on camera.

The crash happened on Tyco Road near the Adaire apartment building. The van pulled out of the parking lot for the Audi Service Center and Tysons Collision Center right before hitting the sedan, which was in the left-hand, southbound lane.

The video shows the driver of the van throw his hands above his head right after the crash.

The sedan’s fender and the van’s front bumper appeared damaged after the vehicles both pulled into the parking lot.

A Reddit user posted yesterday the minute-and-a-half video capturing the crash. Already, the post has 436 upvotes and 136 comments.

“The irony that he was pulling out of an auto service center vastly improves this,” another user said in the comments.

Driving home from Tysons last week from r/nova

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