Joe Scalco Death – Joe Scalco, Colormate of Virginia Owner has passed away following a car accident in North Carolina. Joe is a native of Chesapeake, Virginia. According to reports, the fatal crash happened on Tuesday, June 6, 2023. Loved ones have taken to various social media platforms to share their tributes and condolences. Joe A Scalco III, Joes’s Father said in a Facebook post that the news of Joes’s death is being post on social media due to the racing network. Being we both raced at Langley Speedway.
The NASCAR community is one big family. His Step Son Brad races at Langley and Dixieland in NC, and he knew before they did. “Joey had a loving family who will miss him deeply. Rest in peace Joey My Son. I will see you again someday. Say hello to Nana and Papa,” Joe A Scalco III concluded in his post. The police reports of the accident ha not been released at the time of this publication.
Joe Scalco Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family….
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According to the police, a person was murdered when a car and a tractor-trailer were involved in a collision in Chesapeake on Monday morning. At that particular intersection, the crash that took place involved both Dominion Boulevard (Highway 17) and George Washington Highway South as active participants. Officers from the Chesapeake Police Department arrived on the scene at the location at approximately 5:40 in the morning.
It is thought that the car collision that took place at the intersection involving the tractor-trailer and the automobile took place while the tractor-trailer was heading southbound on George Washington Highway. The investigation being conducted by the police is to determine the specific causes that contributed to the crash. The person who was driving the tractor-trailer walked away from the collision unscathed, however the passenger in the automobile was killed as a result of their injuries. The identity of the person will reportedly be made public by the Chesapeake Police Department after members of their immediate family have been contacted.
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