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HANOVER COUNTY, Va. - New information has been released about Floyd Robinson, Jr., 41. Robinson was killed after being ejected from his  2004 Honda Civic last week.

The memorial service for Robinson will be held this Tuesday. It will take place at Jericho Baptist Church in Ruther Glen.

Route 1 crash victims

Robinson’s two children, six-year-old Tiara Robinson and 11-year-old Tashawn remain hospitalized after they were thrown from their father’s 2004 Honda Civic. Neither Robinson, nor his children, were wearing a seat belt, investigator said.

Family members said while Tiara remained sedated at the hospital Wednesday afternoon, her older brother was awake and asking for his father.



    • Linda

      That’s all you have to say after 2 children lost their Father, a Mother lost her son, and God only knows how many other family and friends were effected by the death of this man. May he rest in peace and I pray his family will let God help them through this very sad and tragic event.

      • Becky

        Question that Deserved an Answer. You have a problem with that? Your problem.
        It cost money to post Obituaries in the Paper. If this is Free and Open to All, it should broadcast. Media has provided your outlet for your mourning; go ahead.

    • Belsma

      Becky, this was a horrific accident and someone has been charged that’s why it is news and why it has been posted. Anyone can post an obit on social media and that is “free” as well. Nobody really needs to buy obits in the paper anymore anyway.

  • Paula

    Becky would you say that if the person was white? That what you really want to say isn’t it? This was a good man. Becky you need to take a look in the mirrior.

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