Richmond deputy dies a week after car crash

A Richmond sheriff’s deputy has died a week after she was involved in a single vehicle crash at VCU Medical Center. On Friday, June 11, Caroline Green, 51, a two-year sheriff’s department veteran, crashed an unmarked vehicle into a wall next to a VCU Medical Center entrance around 10:45 p.m. The car ran into a concrete and glass wall at the Gateway building just south of Clay Street. The front end of the sedan was visibly crumpled and the air bag deployed.

A Richmond sheriff’s deputy has died a week after she was involved in a single vehicle crash at VCU Medical Center.

On Friday, June 11, Caroline Green, 51, a two-year sheriff’s department veteran, crashed an unmarked vehicle into a wall next to a VCU Medical Center entrance around 10:45 p.m.

The car ran into a concrete and glass wall at the Gateway building just south of Clay Street. The front end of the sedan was visibly crumpled and the air bag deployed.

Green was hospitalized after the attack. On Saturday, June 19, after undergoing several medical operations, Green died, according to the Richmond Sheriff’s Department.

“It’s just tearing us apart,” said Sheriff C.T. Woody Jr.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

Reprinted from Richmond Times Dispatch

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