2 Victims Identified in Fiery Crash Near Dulles Airport - NBC4 Washington

2 Victims Identified in Fiery Crash Near Dulles Airport

Police said 28-year-old Subid Singh and 29-year-old Anjil Thapa were so badly burned in the crash that they could not be identified immediately

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    2 Victims of Crash Near Dulles Still Unidentified

    After a fiery crash near Dulles Airport Saturday morning, police are seeking help identifying the remains of two men. Pollice said a chain with an unusual clasp and a distinctive chest tattoo may be the key. News4's Justin Finch reports.

    (Published Monday, Feb. 18, 2019)

    Police in Fairfax County have identified the two people who died in a fiery crash near Dulles Airport Saturday morning.

    Police said 28-year-old Subid Singh and 29-year-old Anjil Thapa were the two people who were so badly burned that first responders could not identify them after the crash.

    Police relied on a gold chain and a tattoo of an eagle on one man's chest as the only clues to help identify the victims.

    According to police, the driver of a gray SUV was speeding along Route 28 near the McLearan Road exit when they drove off the road and struck a utility pole. Both men died at the scene.

    Police initially struggled to identify the type of vehicle because it was so badly mangled in the crash.

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