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Three Deaths result after car crash in Fairfax, VA on Lee Highway

June 8, 2012

On Tuesday June 6, three people were killed on the eastbound side of Lee Highway in Fairfax. The daughter and two grandchildren of Winsome Sears, an ex-local delegate, were the victims in the fiery crash.

The driver of the car, also Winsome Sear’s daughter, was Dejon L’Air Williams. Williams was driving a 2002 Honda Odyssey heading eastbound on Lee Highway when she reportedly sideswiped another vehicle. Williams had her two daughters in the car with her that evening, Victoria Williams age 7, and Faith Williams, age 5. After sideswiping the other vehicle Williams continued to drive where she struck another vehicle that was attempting to make a turn onto Lee Highway.

The Odyssey caught fire and rescue officials were unable to save the family. Dejon L’Air Williams, who was 27 years old, was pronounced dead on scene. Her daughter, Faith, was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Williams other daughter, Victoria, was pronounced dead on Thursday from injuries she sustained from the crash. The driver of the car that was attempting a left turn at the time Williams struck the car has been identified as Hamidulla Nabizada of Woodbridge. Nabizada remains in critical condition in the hospital.

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