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May 20, 201311:57 AM

Cheat Sheet: May 18-19, 2013: Weekend Roundup

Two FBI agents killed in accident off Virginia Beach coast

Special agents Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw died Friday in a training accident off the Virginia Beach coast. Lorek and Shaw were members of the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team, part of the Critical Incident Response Group based in Quantico. The cause of the incident is under review, and the state medical examiner’s office has not released a cause of death. (Source)

Car drags man for 4 miles after crash

The driver of a car ran over a man and dragged him for 4 miles before another motorist notified him of the man under his vehicle in James City County Saturday. The drivers of two cards were racing in the 8900 block of Richmond Road around 3 p.m. Saturday. A 31-year-old Lanexa man driving a 1997 Volkswagen lost control near the James City Recycling Center. The car hydroplaned on the wet road, spun several times , struck a tree and ejected the driver. The driver of the second car, a 22-year-old Providence Forge man, told police he had been racing with the driving of the Volkswagen, saw the car crash and ran over what he believed to be debris from the accident. The debris was actually the Volkswagen driver, who survived and remains at the Medical College of Virginia with serious injuries. An 8-year-old boy and an 8-year-old girl in the Volkswagen suffered non-life threatening injuries in the crash. Their relationship to the driver was unclear. (Source)

Tornadoes hit Plains, Midwest; two dead in Oklahoma

Tornadoes ripped through five states Sunday, killing two and leaving more than 20 injured. A tornado in Shawnee, Oklahoma severely damaged a mobile home park, killing a 79-year-old man whose body was found in an open area of the neighborhood. A second person was killed by a tornado that leveled the central Oklahoma mobile home park. More than 60 million Americans are at risk of severe storms today (Monday), with the primary targets including Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas, the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center warned. (Source)

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