FAIRFAX STATION, Va. — Officers with the Fairfax County Police Department are investigating after a crash left two juveniles dead and a teen seriously injured Tuesday evening.
Police say the crash, involving one car, occurred in the 7000 block of Lee Chapel Road in Fairfax Station just before 9:30 p.m.
According to the Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD), when officers arrived they found a 2019 Lexus IS350 off of the road.
Two of the people inside the Lexus, only identified as juveniles, died at the scene of the crash. Fire and rescue first responders were able to extricate the teen, who was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries.
Investigators believe the driver lost control of the Lexus while traveling north on Lee Chapel Road. Once leaving the roadway the car flipped, coming to a rest on its roof. Detectives do believe speed was a factor in this crash, alcohol was not related.
Lee Chapel Road between State Route 123 and County Parkway was closed for the investigation.
Detectives say this is the first non-pedestrian-related crash in the county this year.
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