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Notes: Driver killed in Beltway crash near Alexandria

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One driver was killed on Saturday after a crash on the Beltway near Alexandria, Patch reported.

The crash occurred around 3 a.m. near the Van Dorn Street interchange. A westbound Toyota Camry hit a stationary Subaru Outback, Patch said, with police saying the Toyota couldn’t avoid hitting the stationary car.

The Subaru driver, Moises A. Martinez Carrillo, 26, from Maryland, died at the scene, Patch reported.

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