Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck By Three Cars on Interstate 95

Pedestrian Struck by Three Cars in Prince George County Resulting in Death

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Pedestrian Struck by Three Cars in Prince George County Resulting in Death

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The Maryland State Police reported that Ceasar Alfred Charles Burke, a 23-year-old man from Columbia, MD, was killed Sunday after being struck by three vehicles while on Interstate 95 in Prince George’s County. The tragedy occurred near the Intercounty Connector and began when Burke and another individual were discussing something outside of a car parked along the shoulder of the highway. The situation took a turn for the worse when, for unknown reasons, the female stepped onto I-95 and Burke attempted to pull her to safety.

Unfortunately, his efforts did not succeed and he ended up being hit by a car and then again by a tractor trailer as he lay on the ground. The drivers of the first two cars left after the accident. Then, a third car hit Burke. The driver of that car stopped and called the police. Burke died at the scene. The police are still investigating what happened.

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