Police Still Investigating Possible Road Rage Incident Turned Deadly Near Busy Highway Exit In Baltimore
NICOLE BAKER: A possible road rage incident turns deadly, the crash from Easter weekend killing a 21-year-old girl along I-95 in Baltimore. And tonight, police need your help piecing together exactly what happened there. WJZ is live at 7:00. Amy Kawata spoke with the victim's family and has got some new information from police tonight. Amy?
AMY KAWATA: Nicole, the family of 21-year-old Haley Herron held a vigil over the weekend, one week after the crash that killed her. And as police are searching for witnesses, the family is hoping for some closure.
On Friday, April 3, around 1:00 in the morning, the Maryland Transportation Authority says 21-year-old Haley Herron was involved in a car accident on northbound I-95 near the Russell Street Exit 52 heading into Baltimore. Investigators say three cars were involved in the crash-- Herron's red car, a white truck, and a white car. Officials believe a possible road rage incident between Herron's red car and the white truck ended in a deadly crash when the third vehicle, a white car, hit Herron's car. Herron's family says Haley was transported to the hospital in critical condition and died the next day. Now, they just want answers.
SAMANTHA FUHR: Just think about it, if it was your family. We all want to know what happened. We deserve that closure. Just say something, like. Because we know the inning part of it, but we want to know what happened in the beginning to cause it.
AMY KAWATA: And this is a very well-traveled area. Police are searching for the driver of the white truck involved in the possible road rage incident. If you might have seen this crash or the drivers traveling beforehand, you're urged to contact the Maryland Transportation Authority Police. Late tonight in Baltimore City, I'm Amy Kawata for WJZ.