A man was rescued from an overturned Buick on Anderson Road near Magarity Road in Tysons today (Thursday).
The crash happened near Lost Dog Cafe in Tysons shortly before 12:30 p.m., Erica Webb, a spokesperson for the Fairfax County Police Department, told Tysons Reporter.
Rescue personnel have now gotten the trapped man out of the car, Webb said.
“No one was transported [to the hospital],” Webb said, adding that it is unclear if the man was injured or not.
Anderson Road was briefly closed after the crash and is now open again, Webb said.
This Saturday, there will be a puppy party at Tysons Corner Center.
“Come by and meet some of the adorable faces that have been rescued, hear their story, and you’ll be sure to get quite a few licks in exchange,” a WTAR press release said.
The event will take place in BrandBox’s community lounge on the first level of Tysons Corner Center. Admission is $5 and will act as a donation to WTAR.
WTAR helps to find reliable and safe homes for shelter animals in the Northern Virginia region.
The puppies at this event will be available for adoption at WTAR’s “Clear the Shelters” event on Saturday, Aug. 17.
“This nationwide event has assisted in finding homes for more than 250,000 pets since 2015,” the press release said.
A helicopter, an ATV and a team of firefighters and police officers came together to rescue a man who was injured in the Scott’s Run Nature Preserve on Tuesday evening (March 5).
According to a Facebook post by the police department, when the man didn’t return home after a hike, his sister became worried as temperatures dropped.
Police said the man had broken his leg and was stuck on the hiking trail for several hours. Officers were able to keep him stable and comfortable until firefighters used an ATV to reach him and carry him out.
“Our Fairfax One team began searching and was able to quickly locate the man,” police said in the post. “They then directed our officers and the Fire and Rescue team through the rough and dark terrain to reach him.”
“We’re happy to report that, thanks to this great collaboration and quick work, his is now safe!” police said in the post.
A woman was pinned between a minivan and a house after an unusual accident in McLean.
The crash happened in the driveway of the home on the 6800 block of Dean Drive, near Westmoreland Street, shortly before 1 p.m. Firefighters from Fairfax and Arlington counties used heavy equipment to free the woman, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
It was not immediately clear to rescuers how the crash happened, nor was it clear whether the woman had been driving the van or was simply standing next to it when it pinned her against the wall.
“It was probably just one of those weird things where something happened and she was stuck,” one first responder said.
The woman was transported via ambulance to Inova Fairfax Hospital.
During the rescue operation, a passerby stopped to see what was going on and remark on the number of emergency vehicles on the street.
“There was more response for this than for the double homicide here a few years ago,” she said.
Fairfax County police and firefighters are on the scene of a crash in McLean in which a car ran off the side of the road.
The crash was reported around 5 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Kirby Road and Barbee Street. Initial reports suggest the driver lost control of the vehicle and careened into a wooded area along the side of the road.
At least one person could be seen being loaded into an ambulance, which then left the scene en route to a local hospital.
There were no significant traffic backups as a result of the crash.
Map and street view via Google Maps
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue is working to rescue a person “trapped on the rocks” near a trail in Scott’s Run Nature Preserve.
The “low-angle rescue” was underway as of 4:50 p.m., according to the fire department’s Twitter account. So far there’s no word on the nature of the patient’s injuries, though initial reports suggest that the patient was found near a creek and rescuers are worried about him or her becoming hypothermic.
An ATV, a stokes basket and spotlights are reportedly being utilized as part of the rescue operation.
The nature preserve abuts Georgetown Pike, the Capital Beltway and the Potomac River.
Update at 5:30 p.m. — The victim has been carried out of the woods, according to scanner traffic.
— Fairfax Fire/Rescue (@ffxfirerescue) November 21, 2018
Photo via Fairfax County Park Authority. Map via Google Maps.