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PWC Police charge vehicle driver with reckless n fatal collision Aug. 20 with moped

Fatal Crash Investigation *DRIVER CHARGED –
Prince William County Police Department crash investigators have charged one of the parties involved in the fatal crash that occurred in the area of Neabsco Mills Rd and Smoke Ct in Woodbridge (22191) on August 20, 2023.

The impact of the collision at 1:45 a.m. killed a 67-year-old man who was operating a 2018 Yamaha FX 5 moped when it was struck from behind by the vehicle being driven by the accused. Following the investigation, the driver of the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, identified as Tiffany Lowan RANDOLPH, was charged.

Charged on August 29:
Tiffany Lowan RANDOLPH, 41, of 9604 Varus Pl in Upper Marlboro, MD
Charged with reckless driving
Court Date: Pending | Status: Charged

The operator of the 2018 Yamaha FX 5 Moped was identified as Junaid Mahmood QURESHI, 67, of Woodbridge

Fatal Crash Investigation [Previously Released] – On August 20 at 1:45AM, crash investigators responded to the intersection of Neabsco Mills Rd. and Smoke Ct. in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a crash. The investigation revealed the operator of a 2018 Yamaha FX 5 moped was traveling southbound on Neabsco Mills Rd. approaching the stop bar with Smoke Ct. when it was rear-ended by a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu. The collision caused the operator of the moped to be thrown from the moped onto the windshield of the Malibu before rolling to the ground. The operator, and only occupant on the moped, was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and was pronounced deceased on scene. The driver of the striking vehicle remained at the scene. Speed, alcohol, or drug use were not factors in the collision with the driver of the vehicle. The investigation continues.

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