3 Injured as Large Truck Crashes Into Fairfax Gas Station

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    Police say three people have been seriously injured after a large truck apparently crossed a median and crashed into a gas station. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.

    Two people were hospitalized with very serious injuries when a large truck apparently crossed a median and crashed into a Farifax gas station Thursday.

    The accident was reported just before 5 p.m. in the 10600 block of Braddock Road just east of Ox Road. 

    Three people, including the driver of the truck, were hospitalized. Two of them have very serious injuries, and police say the driver may have had a medical emergency prior to the crash.

    "One of the guys who works [at the gas station] was hurt," Page Alfara, whose SUV was damaged in the crash, told News4.

    Three Seriously Injured in Fairfax Crash

    [DC] Three Seriously Injured in Fairfax Crash
    Police say three people have been seriously injured after a large truck apparently crossed a median and crashed into a gas station. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.

    In all, six cars were damaged. The crash was close to George Mason University, affecting heavy rush hour traffic in the area.