VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Several vehicles, including a waste management truck, were involved in a crash Wednesday afternoon in the Windsor Woods section of Virginia Beach, police said.
It happened shortly after 2:30 p.m. near the 600 block of South Rosemont Road. South Rosemont was shut down from Bancroft Drive to Bow Creek Road. Police and firefighters lined the area for nearly four hours.
Thankfully, police spokespersons told 13News Now no one is seriously hurt. They said a car collided with a city garbage truck. Parked cars were pushed around in the process.
Two cars ended up knocking into a home and one got dented near the yard. The house, empty at the time of the crash, sits near where Forest Glen and South Rosemont Roads meet.
Cleanup of debris from the home started immediately after first responders cleared the scene.
The driver and a passenger in the moving car had to go to the hospital, according to police spokespersons. They have minor injuries and are expected to survive.
The city worker driving the garbage truck was not hurt.
Virginia Beach police are still investigating exactly how the crash unfolded. We have not learned of charges for anyone at this point, either.
Neighbors 13News Now spoke either did not want to appear on camera or did not witness the crash for themselves. Friends of the homeowners said they ask for privacy at this time.
Moreover, neighbors off-camera expressed concern over speeding in the area, especially on South Rosemont Road. Whether that played a factor in the crash Wednesday afternoon is part of the ongoing investigation.