Billy Cabrera Car Accident, Death – After an 82-year-old man was murdered on Valentine’s Day in an incident involving four vehicles in Woodbridge, Virginia, officials reported that two drivers, one of whom did not have a license, were charged with traffic charges on Monday. One of the drivers was charged with driving without a license.
Beltsville resident John Joseph Angevine was driving his Lincoln Town Car north on Route 1 on February 14 when it collided with a Jeep Grand Cherokee that had veered into oncoming traffic after colliding into a Hyundai Elantra that had pulled out of a parking lot, according to a statement released by the Prince William County police department.
Both vehicles were traveling in the same direction. According to the statement, once Angevine’s automobile was struck, it went on to collide with the fourth vehicle, which was a Mercedes-Benz GLE. According to the statement, two drivers from Woodbridge were charged on Monday following the deadly crash. Edgardo Miguel Zambrano, age 23, who was driving the Hyundai Elantra, and Marvin Antonio Cabrera Martinez, age 27, who was driving the Jeep Grand Cherokee, were the two drivers charged.
According to the police report, Zambrano did not come to a complete stop before entering the roadway from a parking lot, which caused him to collide with another motorist. He was cited for not coming to a complete stop before entering a public roadway and for failing to turn into the lane that was immediately to his right.
Martinez was charged with reckless driving by speed as well as driving without an operator’s license since, according to the police, he did not have a driver’s license and was driving more than double the speed restriction of 35 miles per hour that was posted in an active construction zone. Since the collision, the police have reported that all of the wounded persons have been evaluated, treated, and discharged from the hospital.