11/27 UPDATE: 25-year-old Ronald Frank Quesenberry III has been charged with Murder, Involuntary Manslaughter, Reckless Driving Causing Death, Drive After Forfeiture of License and Operate Vehicle Without Ignition Interlock.
UPDATE 5:00 p.m.: On Thursday, police said both victims at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital are listed in fair condition.
UPDATE 4:15 p.m.: All lanes of Pruden Boulevard/Route 460 are reopened.
UPDATE 2 p.m.: The fatality victim has been identified as 48-year-old Thomas David Rush of Virginia Beach.
Two victims at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital - one currently listed in fair condition and one in serious condition.
Third victim transported to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital was treated and released.
Two of the three victims ground transported to Sentara Obici Hospital were treated and released, The third crash victim is still being evaluated.
The roadway remains closed as the investigation continues and Hazmat crews work to remove a diesel fuel spill associated with the accident.
UPDATE 12:30 p.m.: Drivers should use Kings Fork Road, Joshua Lane, Archers Mill Road, and Old Myrtle Road. Tractor trailers are being turned around to utilize Route 58 and Route 258. This closure is anticipated to last several more hours.
SUFFOLK-One person was killed and six others people were hurt in an accident involving eight vehicles in Suffolk.
City spokeswoman Diana Klink told WVEC.com the vehicles collided around 7:10 a.m. on Route 460/Pruden Blvd. at Gardner Lane and several people were trapped.
The accident involved two tractor-trailers and six cars, she stated.
A photograph sent by 13News viewer Pat Stallard shows a truck on its side and sand on the road. Stallard said police were stopping to talk with drivers stuck in the backup and advising them of the situation.
Three people have critical injuries, Klink stated, adding two of them were flown to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital and the third was taken by ambulance. Three other people were taken to Sentara Obici Hospital for treatment of injuries considered not life-threatening.
The road will be closed into Wednesday afternoon for the cleanup of spilled diesel fuel from the truck and the investigation.
Detours are in place to get drivers around the scene. They are: Gardner Lane, Lake Prince at Providence and Old Myrtle Road.