Pedestrian Accident Victim Dies on the Ritchie Highway

Pedestrian Accident Victim Dies on the Ritchie Highway

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Nissan Versa Collide With Pedestrian Causing Accident, Resulting in Death

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Incident Information

On Tuesday night, 33-year-old Eric Crawford was hit by a vehicle while walking on Ritchie Highway in Arnold, Maryland. He was declared dead at the scene. The incident occurred around 10 p.m., when Anne Arundel County Police were called to the 1200 block of Ritchie Highway for a complaint about a pedestrian walking in the northbound section of the roadway. The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact the Anne Arundel County Police Department. 

Police are investigating a crash in which a pedestrian was struck by a car. The pedestrian was wearing dark clothing and was not visible to the driver of the car. Police believe that this contributed to the accident. Broughton, the driver of the car, was not injured in the crash. No charges have been filed at this time. Those with information on the incident are asked to contact police.

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