According to a Virginia State Police trooper, a little girl was inside the vehicle at the time of the wreck and survived with no injuries.

A little girl was allegedly rescued from the vehicle by a neighbor who heard the wreck, but the trooper was not 100 percent clear if that was the case since there were multiple accounts of what occurred.

No additional information would be disclosed due to it being an ongoing investigation.

Update from Virginia State Police:

Virginia State Police Trooper M.C. Scott is investigating a fatal crash in Appomattox County. The crash occurred Thursday at 5:23 p.m. on Route 727, less than a mile south of Route 644.

A 2007 Hyundai Elantra was traveling along Route 727 when it ran off the left side of the road and overturned.

The driver, Angel D. Mosher, 20, of Appomattox, Va., was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the vehicle. Mosher died at the scene.

The crash remains under investigation.


A human body covered with a white sheet was extracted from the scene of a vehicle accident down an embankment around 6:20 p.m. today on Red House Road (Route 727) in the Chap area of Appomattox County.

The identity of the body has not been released at this time.

A call came in to emergency crew around 5:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. concerning a vehicle accident at 3901 Red House Road.

At times, traffic was at a standstill as emergency crews worked on the scene. The Virginia Department of Transportation arrived, followed by signage being placed with traffic warnings.

What appeared to be a scared dog was seen taken to an Appomattox County Animal Control vehicle that arrived to the scene.

Onlookers were asked to leave the area before the body was transported.

The Appomattox Volunteer Fire Department used a ladder on the slope and a rope tied to a rescue litter to assist them in carrying the body up the incline. The basket was then placed on a stretcher and taken in an Appomattox County Rescue Squad Unit 4 ambulance.

The Virginia State Police is investigating the incident.

Also responding to the scene included the Appomattox Volunteer Fire Department with Command 1, Engine 1, Engine 3, Crash 8 and Crash 9; a Delta Response Team ambulance and advanced life support vehicle; an Appomattox County Rescue Squad Unit 3 ambulance; and the Appomattox County Sheriff’s Office.

This article will be updated when more information is available.