Woman Killed, Two Girls Injured in Glen Burnie Crash

A woman died and two girls ended with injuries after a Glen Burnie crash on Saturday afternoon, March 20. Officers responded around 3:15 p.m. to the area of Maryland Route 10 northbound at the exit ramp for Ordinance Road. 

A Scion TC was speeding at a high rate northbound on MD Route 10 when the driver lost control and the vehicle left the roadway. The Scion hit several trees before it came to rest.

Forty-five-year-old Stephanie Lynne Vonbargen from Pasadena, who was driving the Scion, was pronounced dead at the scene. The two underage girls that were passengers sustained injuries (one of them has life-threatening and the other severe injuries). 

The police believe that the reason for the Glen Burnie crash was speeding. So far there is no info if alcohol or drugs could be a contributing factor. The police are investigating the accident. 

Speeding is one of the most common reasons for fatal accidents. If you were involved in an accident that was caused by another driver who didn’t manage their speed, you should seek legal help from a car accident attorney. No matter if you have injuries, you should visit a doctor. Some injuries might not appear even days after the accident. Not all people who survive accidents without injuries are well; most of them deal with anxiety, post-traumatic stress and fears. Your attorney will suggest that you seek (besides the economic damages) damages for pain and suffering. 

However, this coverage isn’t easily given by the insurers. Most of them will do their best to underpay you or deny the settlement. This is why a skilled and experienced Maryland car accident attorney is a necessity. The team at Pinder Plotkin is here for you, schedule your free consultation today.

Source: https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2021/03/20/woman-killed-2-girls-injured-in-glen-burnie-crash-saturday-afternoon/

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