• May 05, 2017

Kara Wilkins Killed, Damien Porter Injured in Elkton, MD, Accident

Elkton, MD -- April 30, 2017, Kara Wilkins was killed and Damien Porter was injured due to an accident in which their motorcycle crashed.

Maryland State Police investigators released preliminary information regarding the single-vehicle accident. They say it took place around 8:00 p.m. near the intersection of Telegraph Road and Middle Road.

According to initial police reports, 42-year-old Porter was driving the motorcycle along Telegraph Road with 40-year-old Wilkins riding as a passenger. For reasons which aren't clear, the vehicle somehow lost control and veered off the side of the highway. As a result, it crashed into a mailbox and eject both riders into a nearby ditch.

Emergency services came to the scene to find both victims incapacitated. Wilkins ended up dying at the scene while Porter was transported to University Maryland Hospital. His injuries were not specified.

Police have not released further details surrounding the crash. The cause is still under investigation.

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