Pedestrian Killed southbound I-95 in White Marsh, Maryland

Pedestrian Struck by a BMW 328i in White Marsh Resulting in Death

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Pedestrian Struck by a BMW 328i in White Marsh Resulting in Death

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The Maryland State Police are conducting an investigation following a fatal car accident that happened on southbound I-95 in White Marsh, MD on Saturday morning. A 52 year old pedestrian, Joseph Russell Thomas II of New York was wearing a difference fluorescent vest when attempting to help another truck driver with connecting his tractor-trailer to his truck. Unfortunately, while he was doing so, a 2007 BMW 328i veered off the road and hit both the tractor-trailer and Thomas himself. He was soon taken by ambulance to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center but passed away shortly after. These tragedies are harsh reminders of how much care all drivers must keep when getting behind the wheel and to pay special attention to those walking on or alongside our roads in order to stay safe and prevent any unnecessary harm from occurring.

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