A 21-year-old woman has died after a possible road rage incident in Virginia, NBC Washington reported late Friday.
A woman got into a confrontation with someone in a black Chevrolet SUV and got out of her car in Hybla Valley, Fairfax County, Friday morning, police said.
Then something violent happened that caused the death of the woman, who was from Fairfax County.
“It’s possible she was struck by the other car,” Fairfax County police Officer Bud Walker said.
“It’s possible she was struck by another person. Those are the questions that our detectives are looking in to," he added.
The black SUV did not remain at the scene.
Police have interviewed a man driving another SUV who pulled over at the scene. Investigators spent hours working the scene.
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