Saturday, February 16, 2013

More On Friday's Fatal Car Crash In Bristol
Bristol Virginia and Tennessee Police Departments are both investigating a traffic crash that claimed the life of a Bristol Virginia man. Both departments responded to the 500 block of State street where a 1995 Oldsmobile crashed and the preliminary investigation has determined that the driver was 43-year old William Marcella. It appears he was traveling east on State street at a high rate of speed when he lost control of the vehicle crashing into two other vehicles that were parked. One driver was injured as he sat in his vehicle and he was taken to Bristol Regional Medical Center. The other vehicle was stopped at a red light on State Street at the Moore street/6th street intersection. Mr. Marcella was pronounced dead at the scene and it is believed that alcohol may have been a factor in the crash. The investigation is still underway by reconstruction teams from Bristol and Abingdon. Marcellas body will be sent to the office of the Chief Medical Examner in Roanoke Virginia. (bg)

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