On July 3 of last year Rachel Correll was on her way to work at Raintree Village when a car cut her off in the eastbound lane of U.S. 460 just in front of the Virginia State Police office.
“I just lost control,” Correll said of what happened next. Her 2004 Ford Trailblazer flipped over onto its roof. “I was still hanging upside down when (rescue) people got to me,” she said.
But the seatbelt she had on, and that was holding onto her, likely saved her from serious injury.