A driver whose “aggressive lane change” reportedly led to a fatal crash Monday has been located, but there have been no prices against him although the investigation proceeds, police stated.
The Honda CR-V they ended up traveling in overturned in the middle of the highway soon after a Jeep Liberty produced an “aggressive lane improve,” condition law enforcement reported in a news launch Monday.
Condition law enforcement explained Tuesday they identified the Jeep driver, who reportedly remaining the scene, but have not produced the driver’s title.
No expenses have been filed against him, and the circumstance continues to be less than investigation, MSP spokeswoman Elena Russo wrote in an e mail Tuesday night time. Russo explained the driver as “cooperative.”
Shannon Kephart, 48, of Winchester, Virginia, died at the scene of the crash, police mentioned. Dean Kephart, 61, of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and Olney resident Cathy Cyrus, 68, were being taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Middle.
Cyrus was in critical ailment as of about 5 p.m. Tuesday, whilst Dean Kephart experienced been introduced, according to Tiffani Washington, director of media relations for the University of Maryland Medical Centre.
The crash happened shortly following 1:30 p.m. at U.S. 340 and Md. 180 in Petersville, police stated.
The Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Business office is awaiting the conclusion of the police investigation.
“Upon the conclusion of their investigation, our office environment will critique the case and, if proper, will file charges,” state’s attorney’s spokesman Will Cockey explained Tuesday night.
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