Car Accident Victim Killed at Liberty Rd and Monocacy Blvd in Frederick

Honda Civic Collides with a Cement Truck in Fredrick County Resulting in Death

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Honda Civic Collides with a Cement Truck in Fredrick County Resulting in Death

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Tragically, a Thurmont man is dead after a horrific crash involving a cement truck in Frederick County Tuesday morning. According to Maryland State Police, the accident occurred at 6:35am when a 2005 Honda Civic driven by Blake Timothy Hipkins entered Liberty Road and collided with an eastward-traveling cement truck. Hipkins was pronounced dead at the scene and no one else involved claimed any reported injuries. However, this did not result in much relief as traffic was subsequently backed up until 8:45 as the intersection needed to remain closed following the crash. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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