Car Accident Victim Killed at 2400 Blooming Rose Rd in Friendsville

Polaris Razer Collides with a GMC Sierra in Friendsville Resulting in Death

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Polaris Razer Collides with a GMC Sierra in Friendsville Resulting in Death

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The victim’s name is being withheld pending notification of their next of kin.

On Saturday afternoon, a Terra Alta man was involved in a fatal crash in Maryland. James Watson, of Westminster, was driving a Polaris Razer south in the northbound lane of Blooming Rose Road when he collided with a GMC Sierra being driven by 42-year-old Clayton Baker. Watson was pronounced dead at the scene, and Baker refused medical treatment. The Maryland State Police is investigating the accident. This tragedy highlights the importance of safe driving habits and reminds us all to be extra cautious on the roadways. Our thoughts are with the Watson family during this difficult time.

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