Pedestrian Accident: Man Killed on Route 29 & Old Columbia Road

Pedestrian Accident: Man Killed on Route 29 & Old Columbia Road

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Unknown Vehicle Causes Pedestrian Accident Resulting in Death

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Incident Information

Authorities in Howard County are diligently examining a tragic sequence of events that unfolded in Laurel on a recent Sunday. Post-7 p.m., police units were dispatched to a reported instance of domestic violence on the 11200 block of Chaucers Ridge Court.

Upon arrival, officers were met with a morbid scene, finding a female deceased. In a rapid succession of events, a related emergency was reported less than a minute later—this time on northbound Route 29 near Old Columbia Road—where an automobile had collided with a male pedestrian who was also declared deceased at the scene. 

The driver, unscathed, cooperated with authorities at the site. Preliminary findings suggest the male pedestrian had previously attacked the female at his home before venturing into the roadway and encountering an unrelated vehicle. The complex case is actively under investigation, with further details to be disclosed as they become available.

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If you or a loved one are injured in a pedestrian accident, our team of attorneys is here to help. The aftermath of a pedestrian accident can be devastating, especially when family or children are involved. You deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering as well as for any medical expenses or lost wages related to the accident. 

At Zirkin & Schmerling Law, we have years of experience helping pedestrians who are injured by negligent drivers. Contact us or call us at (410) 753-4611 to set up an appointment with one of our experienced accident lawyers today.

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