Thursday night, dozens gathered at the sidewalks near the corner of Jahnke and German School roads to remember the life of Aajah Rosemond, who was killed after a car spun into her Sunday while she was walking home from the store.
Whether it’s scarred trees, damaged road signs or tire tracks running through yards, neighbors on the 5000 block of Hopkins Road in Chesterfield County say they’ve had it with an ever-growing list of accidents they say are caused by speeding and poor road engineering.
According to State Farm, West Virginia has the highest risk of any state for drivers colliding with animals. Virginia ranks 12th in that category. Most animal collisions occur from October through December.