Monday, July 09, 2012

Three Dead In Smyth County Crash
Three lives were lost in a single crash in Smyth County Virginia Monday morning. Virginia State Police Sgt. Mike Conroy is the crash occurred about 5 AM on Laurel Springs Road near the Adwolfe community. A 2012 Ford fusion ran out of control and a sharp curve crashed into a tree.The victims were identified as 21-year-old Sarah Beth Clark of Lebanon Virginia, 23-year-old Richard Michael Schmidt of Marion, Virginia and 20-year-old Chelsea Leah Jordan Altice of Salem Virginia. 21-year-old Dakota Andrew Miller of Christiansburg, Virginia was the driver of the car. Accident reconstruction work is underway.(CS)

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