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Woman injured after golf cart rolls at Va. club

A woman was injured late Sunday morning when she rolled a golf cart at Trump National Golf Club in Loudoun County, authorities said.

Police and emergency medical workers were dispatched to the club for the incident just after 10:40 a.m., according to Loudoun County fire and sheriff’s officials. They found the woman, an employee of the club, with injuries not thought to be life threatening, authorities said. She was taken to Inova Fairfax Hospital by ambulance.

Charles Torrance, the club’s general manager, said the woman’s injuries were not serious, though she would require stitches. He said club officials called the ambulance as a precaution. Torrance declined to comment on the exact circumstances of the crash, but he confirmed the woman who was injured was a club employee.

Matt Zapotosky covers the federal district courthouse in Alexandria, where he tries to break news from a windowless office in which he is not allowed to bring his cell phone.


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