The Manassas Volunteer Fire Company responded to a two-car collision at 6:41 a.m. Sunday morning at the intersection of Prince William County Parkway and Wellington Road.
According to Prince William County Police Public Information Officer Jonathan Perok, the driver of 1990 Geo Metro, a 27-year-old Bristow man, traveling south on Wellington, disregarded a red signal and struck a 2012 Chevy Impala that was traveling east on Prince William Parkway.
“The driver of the Geo was thrown from the vehicle but is expected to make a full recovery,” Perok said.
The police reported no injuries to the driver of the Impala, a 32-year-old man of Manassas or the passenger a 25-year-old female of Centreville.
Initial reports from the fire department, who received the dispatch, was that that the department was responding to a car accident where one car had been split in two by the force of the impact of another car.
The firefighters speculated that the car split in half due to a customization or a repair to the Geo Metro.
“It looked like the car was originally cut in half and welded back together,” one firefighter said.
Perok said that no charges have been filed.
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