Howard Co. Police Release Identity Of Driver Killed In Weekend Crash
HOWARD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ)– Howard County Police have identified the man who died in a collision over the weekend on Baltimore National Pike.
A preliminary investigation indicates 91-year-old Joseph Kryszpel of Pikesville died when his Lincoln Town Car collided head-on with a 2013 Toyota Camry just east of Marriottsville Road on Baltimore National Pike Saturday evening. Police say Kryszpel was going the wrong way–traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes.
The driver of the Toyota, identified as 46-year-old Nam Hee Choe, was transported to Shock Trauma and is listed in stable condition.
Westbound Baltimore National Pike was closed for approximately two hours during the investigation.
The cause of the collision remains under investigation.
Other Local News:
- Gov. Hogan: Baltimore City Detention Center To Shut Down, Effective Immediately
- Crews Battle 3-Alarm Blaze In Lake Shores
- Authorities: Officer Accused Of Pointing Gun At Neighbor Appeared ‘Highly Intoxicated’
- More Fans, More Fun At This Year’s Ravens Training Camp
- Cancer, Hair Loss Haven’t Affected Gov. Hogan’s Positive Outlook