Third Death Following Fiery Crash

Accident that took like lives of woman and two daughters

By Natalie Lopez
|  Thursday, Jun 7, 2012  |  Updated 3:02 PM EDT
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Fiery Multi-Vehicle Crash Kills Two

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Mother, Daughter Killed in Crash

Richard Jordan reports on a fatal crash in Fairfax, Va. A mother and her young daughter were killed. Police said speed was a factor.

Fiery Multi-Vehicle Crash Kills Two

A fiery multi-vehicle crash in Fairfax City has killed a woman and an 8-year-old child and left two others injured, authorities say. News4's Tracee Wilkins has more.
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A third victim, 7-year-old Victoria Williams, died as a result of her injuries from a car accident in Fairfax City Tuesday evening, officials said.

Dejon L’Air Williams, 27, had been speeding in her 2001 Honda Civic eastbound of Lee Highway with her two daughters in the car when she sideswiped a vehicle, police said. Williams then struck a 2002 Honda Odyssey attempting to make a left turn onto Lee Highway.

Williams was pronounced dead at the scene. Her 5-year-old daughter, Faith, was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

The driver of the Odyssey, 38-year-old Hamidullah Nabizada of Woodbridge, remains in critical condition.

Authorities said the investigation is ongoing and have ruled excessive speed as the cause of the accident.

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