This Day In Fractured Fairfax:March 24
- March 24, 1914 – Frank C. McClary is killed by a train.
- March 24, 1959 – 33-year-old house painter Roland W. Miller commits suicide in the driveway of his house at 6825 Orland Street in Falls Church by asphyxiating himself with carbon monoxide.
- March 24, 1971 – 20-year-old Paul S. Jones is convicted of first-degree murder for hogtying and stabbing his 58-year-old adoptive mother Ethel at the family house in Lincolnia on March 10, 1970.
- March 24, 1972 – A broken 2-inch natural gas line causes a series of explosions in the Canterbury Woods neighborhood of Annandale, demolishing two houses at 4909 and 4911 Magdalene Court, fatally injuring 30-year-old Raja Sarsour and killing two of her children, 3½-year-old Sana and 2-year-old Samir. Raja Sarsour is taken to the Fairfax Hospital, where she dies of her burns on March 30.
- March 24, 1975 – The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors votes unanimously to create a special tax district in Reston to finance the construction of a community center.
- March 24, 2005 – 52-year-old Kiran V. Kadian is stabbed to death in her Great Falls home by her 20-year-old son, Jayant Kadian.
This Day In Fractured Fairfax