A 92-year-old man was killed in an accident in Carney on the morning of October 8, according to Baltimore County Police.
The police responded to the accident at Avondale Roade and 6th Avenue shortly after 10 a.m.
According to the police, a 2011 Nissan Versa was going north on Avondale Road hit the curb, ran into a street sign, and then hit a BGE pole.
During the crash, the BGE pole broke and fell over, hitting the roof of a 2018 Isuzu box truck, also going on Avondale Road. The driver of the box truck didn’t report any injuries.
The Driver of the Nissan, ninety-two-year-old Mahmoud Abdel Karim Abbasi, from the 9300 block of Thornwood Drive, was transported to Franklin Square Hospital where he was pronounced dead. The Baltimore County Crash Team is investigating the causes of this deadly accident.
Fatal outcomes are tragic and nothing can soothe the loss of a loved one. However, the family of the deceased has the right to consult with a car accident attorney. If you’re in a similar situation, maybe you’re eligible to get a compensation claim. Although such things aren’t on your mind in your grieving period, it’s important to talk to an attorney before the deadline is over.
The Maryland statute of limitations for fatal outcomes in car accidents is three years. Don’t let time pass by without taking action. Allow your lawyer to assist you.
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