• August 18, 2022

Colin Henny Lin Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Wicomico County, MD

Wicomico County, MD -- August 16, 2022, Colin Henny Lin was killed due to an accident where it appears a truck hit him, then left the scene.

Investigators reported that the incident happened at approximately 3:41 a.m. along US Route 13 near Oliphant Street.

According to officials, 29-year-old Colin Henny Lin was on a motorized scooter at the time crossing northbound lanes of Route 13. While doing so, a commercial truck reportedly hit Lin, then continued driving.

Lin succumbed to fatal injuries due to the crash. The truck involved is said to be a blue truck with a white stripe along the side. It also has a sleeper berth and a "bobtail configuration" that was not pulling a trailer at the time. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Colin Henny Lin Hit-and-run Accident in Wicomico County

It's just infuriating to see someone leave the scene of a deadly accident like this. Maybe the truck driver somehow didn't realize there was a collision, but one way or another police need to speak with this person so they can answer for what happened. Keeping these reports in the public eye can be a crucial step toward finding the driver.

Colin Henny Lin Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Wicomico County, MD

A while back, that worked with a case we wrote about. A couple came forward, and they had written down the information on the truck. While they initially went to authorities, the police somehow lost track and failed to follow up with them. Thanks to our reports, they were able to identify the trucker involved. Perhaps similar diligence will yield similar results for this man's loved ones, as well.

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