Police Response to Routine Accidents During Snow Event
Posted 10 a.m.
During this snow event, Fairfax County police will only be responding to accident reports that meet the following criteria:
- Hit and run.
- One or more vehicles are not drivable.
- Active argument or conflict between the drivers.
If you call in a routine accident that does not meet the above criteria, you will be directed to exchange information with the other driver and to notify your insurance company.
- There are no active watches, warnings or advisories
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