55-year-old Jeffrey Thomas Rose has been charged with aggravated involuntary manslaughter and DUI following a deadly crash in Prince George County on Saturday, March 9.
18-year-old Prince George High School senior Trevor Aldridge was killed in the crash on James River Drive, which happened at around 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Police say Rose was driving a GMC pickup truck along the 14900 block of James River Drive when he ran off the road on the right side, attempted to correct his mistake, and crashed into a 2003 Acura sedan traveling east. Aldridge was the driver of that Acura and was pronounced dead at the scene.
A passenger in Aldridge’s vehicle suffered injuries, as did Rose. Both were brought to VCU Medical Center for treatment.
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