BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland Transportation Authority Police have identified the two people who were killed Sunday when the vehicle they were in crashed as they were fleeing from police.
28-year-old Stephen K. Reinholz and 28-year-old Kaili M. Pierce were in a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado that was reported stolen out of Laconia, New Hampshire.
An MDTA officer spotted the stolen vehicle on I-95, and tried to pull the vehicle over near the Fort McHenry Tunnel.
The driver, Reinholz, fled from police, and led police on a chase through Baltimore and Harford Counties, and into Cecil County.
While in Cecil County, police report Reinholz lost control of the Silverado, and crashed near exit 109 on I-95.
Reinholz and Pierce were pronounced dead on scene. No other injuries were reported.
A portion of I-95 was closed for hours on Sunday as crews worked to clear the scene. The investigation into this wreck is continuing.