Driver killed in Cary wreck to be buried in Arlington
Posted January 8, 2009
Cary, N.C. — Services were scheduled in Virginia on Friday for a man who died Monday in a wreck in Cary, where police are still searching for the driver of a vehicle that they say caused the crash.
Lincoln Ross Woods, 25, died in the wreck on Morrisville Carpenter Road when a bus swerving to avoid a third car hit his Jeep.
Visitation was set for the Peninsula Funeral Home in Newport News, Va., at 6 p.m. Thursday. The funeral service was set for the same location Friday at 11 a.m.
Woods will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery at a later date.
He served five years in the U.S. Marine Corps, including a deployment to Iraq, according to his obituary in the Daily Press, in Virginia.
Woods worked as an air traffic controller at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. He left behind a wife, Ashley, who is pregnant with a daughter.
Cary police said they are still looking for the gray Ford Taurus that witnesses said ran a stop sign and caused the bus driver to swerve. Officers have not filed any charges, but were working with the Wake County District Attorney's Office.
Anyone with information should call Cary Police at 919-469-4012.