Car accident victim killed in Woodlawn Sunday Morning

Mercedes C300 Car Collides with Honda Civic Resulting in Death

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Mercedes C300 Car Collides with Honda Civic Resulting in Death

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Incident Information

A tragic event occurred early Sunday morning as two vehicles collided at the intersection of Dogwood Road and Ambassador Road in Woodlawn. The Baltimore County Police Department swiftly responded to the scene at around 1:40 a.m. Upon the arrival of the police, it was discovered that a 2014 Mercedes C300 was traveling westbound on Dogwood Road while a 2016 Honda Civic was traveling northbound on Ambassador Road, ultimately resulting in a deadly crash. The driver of the Mercedes, Willie J. Smith, suffered severe injuries and was immediately transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. Although the incident is still under investigation, it serves as a stark reminder to always drive with caution and stay alert while on the road.

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After a car accident, your primary focus should be on your health and safety. Call 911 first and foremost, and ensure that they send first responders to treat any injuries you might have. After you are safe and your injuries have been taken care of, you should seek help from an attorney right away. An experienced attorney will help you gather any evidence you need to prove driver negligence and support your claim or lawsuit.

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