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.

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The driver of the Toyota, identified as 46-year-old Nam Hee Choe, was transported to Shock Trauma and is listed in stable condition.

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Westbound Baltimore National Pike was closed for approximately two hours during the investigation.

The cause of the collision remains under investigation.

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