One Man Dies in Single-Car Crash
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va. -- The driver of the car involved in this crash has died.
Matthew Seal, 33, McGaheysville, died on the way to the hospital.
Air care was on standby during the accident, but Seal's injuries were so severe, he was taken to Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
The cause of the crash will not be determined until the medical examiner releases his findings.
Three people were taken to the hospital following a car crash Monday night.
One person was flown to the University of Virginia Medical Center. The others were taken to Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
According to the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office, a car flipped over on Stephen Conrad Road just after 11 p.m.
Deputies said speed and alcohol are possible factors.
The Sheriff's Office and Virginia State Police responded to the crash.
The crash is still under investigation.
Restaurant With Controversial Outfits Will Open Soon
Reporter: Estephany Escobar
HARRISONBURG -- The Tilted Kilt, a sports bar known for its employees' controversial outfits, is coming to the Valley Mall.
The date for the restaurant to open has not been set yet.
The general manager Tony Williams said he has already hired employees.
One hundred and twenty-five people were hired during a two week casting call.
Local Man Wins Big Lottery Prize
WAYNESBORO -- James Brown didn’t know he had a $100,000 winning ticket in his possession. The first inkling the Waynesboro man had was when he received a call from his daughter, saying a winning ticket had been bought at Royal Mart, 501 Rife Road East Ave in Waynesboro. That’s the store where he had recently bought a ticket.
When he checked on the Lottery’s website,www.valottery.com, he discovered he had that winning ticket!
Mr. Brown matched all five numbers in the March 22 Cash 5 day drawing to win the game’s top prize.
“Indescribable,” was his reply when asked by Lottery officials how it felt to win.
The winning numbers for that drawing were 3-8-24-26-32. Mr. Brown selected his numbers using family ages and birthdays.
He said he had no immediate plans for his winnings.
Cash 5 drawings are held daily at 1:59 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. The chances of winning the $100,000 top prize are 1 in 278,256.