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Virginia woman charged with hit and run in deadly I-95 incident

A Woodbridge woman has been charged with felony hit and run after allegedly killing a man Saturday on Interstate 95 in Fairfax County.

Virginia State Police say Carol Rood-Johnson, 19, hit and killed Clarence E. Alston, 42, of the District while driving her Hyundai Santa Fe north.

Alston was standing outside his car on the right shoulder when he was hit at about 12:02 a.m. Saturday, police said.

Authorities say Rood-Johnson fled the scene but was later found in Prince George’s County. She has been charged with DUI as well as felony hit and run. Police continue to investigate.


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