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Moped collision causes death of Woodbridge man, Ray Daugherty

A 53-year-old Woodbridge man driving a moped was killed when he collided Thursday with the driver of a small SUV in a strip mall parking lot, according to Prince William County police.

Ray A. Daugherty was riding through a parking lot at Featherstone Square at 14565 Jefferson Davis Highway, around 6 p.m. Thursday. Daugherty, police say, was driving a 2012 Chongqing Renegade Moped.

A 26-year-old man driving a 2005 Hyundai Tucson took a left turn into the path of the moped, police say. Daugherty was unable to stop. He was flown to an area hospital and died late Thursday from his injuries, according to police.

The Hyundai driver’s name was not released.

Speed was not a factor in the crash, said Officer Ericca Figueroa, a department spokeswoman. An investigation continues and charges may be pending, she said.

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