(WDBJ)-On Friday, the police identified the man as the driver of the steering wheel. The car crashed into two Capitol Police officers, causing one death and one injury. He was a former member of the Alleghany High School football team.
According to the New York Times and other media reports, Noah Green, 25, of Indiana, started playing for Christopher Newport University in Newport News in 2017. .
“Mr. Green was born in West Virginia, attended high school in Virginia, then attended Glenville State College and played football there, and then transferred to Christopher Newport in Newport News, Virginia. University. He played defense for the Christopher Newport football team and graduated with a degree in finance in 201
On Green’s school athlete page, he detailed his previous defensive play and the time he spent running back in the Allegheny Heights, and then joined the CNU captain after several other stops during his exercise.
Green rammed his car into two police officers along the roadblock on Friday, killing one and wounding the other. He died on Friday in a police shooting.
The video of the incident showed that the driver of the crash showed up with a knife in his hand and began to run towards the pair of police officers. At that time, the police shot the man, which eventually led to his death.
As of Friday night, the authorities did not release potential motives.
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