DAYTON, Md. (WJZ) — Howard County Police say one man died after a six-vehicle crash along Route 32 in Dayton Monday afternoon.

Officers were called to Route 32 around a mile north of Linden Church Road around 2:47 p.m. for a collision involving multiple vehicles.

Police learned that 35-year-old Samuel Adam Moore of Sykesville was driving a Ford F550 northbound on Route 32 for some unknown reason he crossed the double yellow line and struck a Kenworth dump truck traveling southbound.

One Dead, 3 Others Injured In 6-Vehicle Crash In Howard County

The dump truck then crossed into the northbound side of Route 32 and struck the back of a Chevrolet Silverado causing the pick-up truck to overturn.

The F550 continued northbound in the southbound lane and struck a Toyota Camry head-on. The driver of the Camry, 50-year-old Arshad Mehmood Malik of Cooksville, was pronounced dead at the scene.

His passenger, 44-year-old Fatima Malik of Cooksville, was taken to Shock Trauma with serious injuries. She is currently listed in critical condition.

A Jeep Liberty traveling behind the Camry also struck the F550 and the Camry. A Toyota Highlander was struck as well.

The driver of the dump truck, 36-year-old Edwar Giron Montoya of Essex, was transported to Howard County General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. None of the other drivers or passengers were seriously injured.

Route 32 was closed at Burntwoods Road for approximately six hours.

Police continue to investigate the crash.

CBS Baltimore Staff