Annapolis, MD — March 11, 2018, Laurel Dawn Zeiler died, while Christopher Dillehunt, Tammy Lawson, and three other individuals were injured in a car accident.
Reports in local media indicate that the accident took place in the afternoon on Busch’s Frontage Road parallel to Route 50.
According to a report from local police, Mr. Dillehunt’s Taurus, with Ms. Lawson as a passenger, was eastbound on the frontage road when, for reasons undetermined, it crossed the center line, colliding with Ms. Zeiler’s Toyota Camry, also containing Cynthia Whittington. The Taurus subsequently rotated and suffered a second collision with a pickup truck containing Kathy Ridgley and Aaron Catterton.
Paramedics life-flighted Ms. Zeiler to a trauma center, where she passed away from her injuries. Mr. Dillehunt and Ms. Lawson were hospitalized for critical injuries.The other three individuals involved in the accident all suffered minor injuries.
Police have cited Mr. Dillehunt’s speed and failure to remain right of center as a preliminary cause of the accident, but cited heroin use as an additional contributing factor.
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