Three People Are Killed In Rush-Hour Collision

Scott Stegner and his teenage son, Sean, had dropped off the boy’s grandmother at her home in Pennsylvania and were driving back to Fairfax County on Route 15 in Maryland when, according to police, a pair of headlights barreled toward them. The Stegners died Thursday in a head-on collision with a Cadillac Escalade whose driver had lost control of her vehicle in the afternoon rush, police said. Sean’s mother, a United Airlines flight attendant who was on her way to Japan at the time of the crash, arrived home just after 8 p.m. yesterday to join her three surviving children. For more information, follow the link below.

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