Maryland State Police Beat: Driver lost control on I-95 and killed Ever Mauricio Osorio Fajardo standing next to disabled pickup

Maryland State Police News Beat(Catonsville, MD) Maryland State Police continue to investigate a fatal crash in Baltimore County yesterday that claimed the life of a 53 year old man.

The deceased is identified as Ever Mauricio Osorio Fajardo, 29, of Hyattsville. Fajardo was standing outside of a disabled vehicle when he was struck by another vehicle. He was pronounced deceased at the scene by Baltimore County EMS personnel.

Others injured in the crash include Edin Noe Ceron Cantoral, 29, German Oswaldo Ceron Cantoral, 23, and Elmer Augusto Miguel Galvez, 36, all from Hyattsville. Edin Cantoral was the driver of the disabled 1997 Ford F-150 and is being treated at University of Maryland Shock Trauma.  German Cantoral, Elmer Galvez and Ever Fajardo were passengers. German Cantoral and Elmer Galvez are being treated at St. Agnes Hospital.

Also injured in the crash was Kevin Beard, 53, from Laurel. Beard was operating a 2002 Chrysler Sebring. He is currently being treated at University of Maryland Shock Trauma.

Shortly before 6:00 p.m. yesterday, troopers from the Golden Ring Barrack responded to the crash at southbound Interstate 95, north of Interstate 195 in Baltimore County. The preliminary investigation indicates the Ford F-150 was disabled and parked on the right shoulder of Interstate 95. 

For unknown reasons, Beard, operating a Chrysler Sebring, was traveling southbound on Interstate 95 when he crossed the travel lanes and drove into the shoulder. He struck the concrete barrier wall and traveled almost 200 feet along the southbound shoulder before striking the Ford F-150 and Fajardo who was standing on the shoulder at the rear of the pickup truck.

State Highway Administration assisted with the lane closures during the investigation. Baltimore County Fire Personnel and police from the Baltimore County Police Department responded to the scene for assistance.  The Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office was also briefed on the incident.

  • For unknown reasons, Beard, operating a Chrysler Sebring, was traveling southbound on Interstate 95 when he crossed the travel lanes and drove into the shoulder. He struck the concrete barrier wall and traveled almost 200 feet along the southbound shoulder before striking the Ford F-150 and Fajardo who was standing on the shoulder at the rear of the pickup truck.

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