CROFTON, Md. (WJZ) — Police say a teen driving without a license is under investigation for her involvement in a deadly accident.

Anne Arundel County Police say a teen with her learner’s permit took a relative’s car without permission.  Police say a short time later she was involved in a fatal crash.

The accident happened on Route 3 and Davidsonville Road in Crofton.

A 63-year-old man died when his car was struck by Elizabeth Ramirez. Ramirez and her passenger were treated for minor injuries and released from the hospital.

It’s unclear which driver caused the crash.  Detectives are examining whether either vehicle ran a red light.

Police don’t think drugs or alcohol were a factor.

Comments (3)
  1. Monicah says:

    Police don’t ‘think’ then they don’t know. Do the investigation and then offer accurate info, is that possible. And, if she was not at fault then it is hardly differnt than the DUMBOCRATS and O’mUrder allowing people who do NOT understand english to drive with licenses the govt provides!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Good Morning says:

    The hype of this story, regards the fact that she was not holding a permanent driver’s license. This implies that she was at fault, due to “inexperience”, when the investigation of events concerning the accident have not been concluded.
    It is possible, that the elderly man was at fault, due to dementia, and a resulting driver error. Should this be determined to be the case, it is not likely that this reporter would attack the old man’s charactor with implications of his unsuitability to drive. That would be disrespectful, whereas the teen does not warrant respect.
    Just another incidence of slanted and opinionated reporting by WJZ.

  3. Sharon says:

    You can not assume the teenager does not understand english just because she has a hispanic name MONICAH or she was at fault. The elderly man could have been at fault. Before you know the complete story, you should keep your stupid assumptions to yourself…..STUPID !

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