A Williamsburg car accident attorney at Tavss Fletcher recently learned of a fatal one-car crash in York County that left two men dead and one injured.
It all happened early on Saturday, July 14, 2013, just before 3:00 a.m. when the driver of a 2005 Pontiac, Ozziyel Qinah Nunnally, 24, of Hampton, was driving northbound on the Hampton Highway—Route 134. He lost control of his vehicle and it ran off the road, striking several trees on the side of the highway.
According to Virginia State Police spokesperson Sgt. Michelle Anaya, troopers arrived on the scene at approximately 2:47 a.m. to find a heavily damaged vehicle containing three young men.
The front seat passenger, who was identified as Juan Luis Zaval-Alcaraz, was taken to the nearby Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News. He was treated for injuries that were reported as non-life threatening. Zaval-Alcaraz is a seaman stationed at Naval Station Norfolk.
Nunnally, the driver of the Pontiac, and Christopher Allen Belger, 25, who was riding in the back seat behind Zaval-Alcaraz, were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. Belger, originally from Rancho Cucamonga, California, was a seamen stationed nearby.
Early on Sunday, July 15, 2013, Sgt. Anaya issued a statement indicating that alcohol and speed played a role in the fatal accident.
The Williamsburg car accident lawyers at Tavss Fletcher offer sincere condolences to the families and friends of the victims in this tragic accident.