This Day In Fractured Fairfax:June 14
- June 14, 1970 – Fairfax County Park Authority director James D. Bell orders the closure of Lake Accotink to boating and fishing because of pollution, which is primarily caused by the discharge of human shit and other sewage into Accotink Creek by a treatment plant in Fairfax City.
- June 14, 2007 – 20-year-old Elaine M. Thackston kills herself and three of her passengers: 19-year-old Sarah R. Carter, 18-year-old Lydia M. Petkoff, and 18-year-old Renee N. Shelkin, when she cuts off a tractor trailer truck near the Springfield Mixing Bowl, which then strikes the Volkswagen convertible Thackston is driving.
- June 14, 2015 – A two-year-old boy drowns at the Pirate's Cove Waterpark at the Pohick Bay Regional Park in Lorton. He is resuscitated and taken to Inova Fairfax Hospital, where he dies four days later.