A woman injured in a vehicle crash in Reston earlier this month has died, Fairfax County police announced today (Tuesday).
The crash occurred on Baron Cameron Avenue near the North Village Road intersection around 10:45 a.m. on Feb. 3, shutting down the avenue’s eastbound lanes.
Identified as 86-year-old Huamin Xuan, the woman was crossing Baron Cameron Avenue from north to south prior to the intersection, which has no crosswalk, when the driver of a 2003 Toyota Prius headed east on Baron Cameron hit her, according to the police report.
Xuan was transported to a hospital but succumbed to her injuries on Feb. 16.
“The driver of the Toyota remained at the scene,” the FCPD said. “Speed and alcohol are not factors in the crash.”
Police say that anyone with additional information related to the crash can contact the Crash Reconstruction Unit at 703-280-0543.
Xuan is the third pedestrian killed in a traffic crash in the county so far this year, outpacing the two fatalities reported at this point in 2021.
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