*RELEASED ON 11/18/2018 AT 11:18 A.M.
UPDATED INFORMATION

 

November 20, 2018 

(Prince George, VA) – Jolly Road, Fatal Crash Update 

On 11/18/18, at approximately 10:45 p.m., the Prince George County Police Department responded to a single vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of Jolly Road and Second Court. Upon arrival, officers located three individuals sustaining injuries from the accident. A nine-year-old female was transported, via med-flight, to the VCU Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. A five-year-old male was unresponsive when officers arrived on the scene. The child was transported to Southside Regional Medical Center before being flown, via med-flight, to the VCU Medical Center.  On 11/20/18, the five-year-old male, identified as Seth Krenicky, died as a result of the injuries sustained in the crash. 

Prince George County Police are working closely with the Prince George County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office.  Criminal charges related to the driver of the vehicle are forthcoming.  



*November 18, 2018

(Prince George, VA) – Police Investigating Crash   

The Prince George County Police Department is actively investigating a single vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of Jolly Rd and Second Ct at approximately 10:45 PM. on, Saturday, November 17, 2018. 

Preliminary investigations revealed a 2002 Pontiac four-door sedan was traveling southbound on Jolly Rd and ran off the road to the left striking a culvert pipe. Officers arrived on the scene to find a five-year-old child unresponsive and a nine-year-old child with serious injuries. Officers performed CPR on the child until rescue could arrive and resume life saving measures. The five-year-old was transported to SRMC by ambulance and later transported to MCV by MedFlight. MedFlight transported the nine-year-old child to MCV from the scene. The driver of the vehicle was transported by ambulance to SRMC with non- life-threatening injuries. 

Both children are currently at MCV with life-threatening injuries. Preliminary investigations believe speed and alcohol may be a factor. 

Investigators are continuing their investigation into this incident at this time.  Anyone with information related to the crash is requested to contact the Prince George Police Department  at (804) 733-2773.