2 Victims Still Unidentified After Fiery Crash Near Dulles Airport - NBC4 Washington

2 Victims Still Unidentified After Fiery Crash Near Dulles Airport

The victims were so badly burned that police say they cannot identify who they are

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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 want the public's help in identifying two people who died in a fiery crash near Dulles Airport Saturday morning.

    The victims were so badly burned that police said they could not identify them. 

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

    Police ask anyone with information to call 703-280-0564.

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