Virginia State Police is working to identify a driver who was killed in a fiery Campbell County crash.
Authorities said the crash occurred on Saturday, Jan. 27 not long after 3 a.m. on Campbell Highway.
The driver of a 2016 Ford F250 was headed southbound toward the intersection with Village Highway and went off the right side of the road right before hitting a mailbox, sign, utility pole and tree, State troopers told 10 News. The vehicle then caught fire shortly after, authorities said.
At this time, State Police is working with the Office of the Medical Examiner to determine the identity of the driver.
According to VSP, the driver was not wearing a seatbelt.
We’re told the crash remains under investigation.
Source: WSLS News 10