Pedestrian Killed in Car Accident on Baltimore National Pike

Pedestrian Killed in a Hit and Run on Baltimore National Pike

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Nissan Altima Hits Pedestrian Victim in a Hit and Run Resulting in Death

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On Saturday, a hit-and-run incident in Ellicott City resulted in the tragic death of a woman. Howard County Police report that the vehicle involved is suspected to be a silver Nissan Altima, model years between 2013 and 2018. The car was heading east along Baltimore National Pike when it hit the woman near the intersection with Ridge Road at approximately 4:55 p.m. At the time, the woman was crossing the street within a designated pedestrian crosswalk. Following the collision, the vehicle did not stop and proceeded eastward on Baltimore National Pike.

Authorities have confirmed that the woman was taken to the University of Maryland’s Shock Trauma Center, where she was pronounced dead by medical personnel. The Howard County Police are currently conducting an ongoing investigation into the incident.

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