HOWARD COUNTY — Maryland State Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a suspicious dying that occurred following a site visitors crash on I-70 in Howard County.
The sufferer was recognized as Nicholas Davey, 29, of Ellicott Metropolis. Davey reportedly crashed his purple Ford Mustang into the rear of a Toyota Highlander earlier than each automobiles left the roadway, coming to a relaxation on the left shoulder of the freeway.
A preliminary investigation signifies shortly earlier than 5:30 a.m. Saturday, Maryland State Police on the Waterloo Barrack obtained a name reporting a two-vehicle crash on westbound I-70 close to Rt. 94.
Emergency medical companies personnel responded to the scene and transported the injured driver. He was later pronounced lifeless.
The sufferer’s physique was taken to the Workplace of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an post-mortem.
Maryland State Police Murder Unit investigators, Forensic Sciences Division crime scene technicians, MSP Pc Crimes Unit, in addition to Howard County Police responded to the scene and are aiding within the investigation.
Anybody who could have witnessed this crash is urged to contact Maryland State Police on the Waterloo Barrack at 410-379-9700. The investigation is continuous.