Austell woman killed in Virginia wreck.

Virginia Bolton, a 69-year-old woman from Austell, VA was killed in a three-car-accident last Tuesday. Bolton was wearing her seatbelt. Virginia State Police say the accident happened in Henry County which is a rural area near Martinsville, VA.

Bolton was a passenger in a 1994 Ford Taurus driven by Stuart, VA resident Virginia Loggins. Loggins’ auto collided with a Chevy pickup truck around 3pm. Police gave Loggins a ticket for failure to yield. There was also a 2003 Mitsubishi involved in the accident.

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