ID Released for Victim of Fatal Laurel SUV Crash, 5 Others Hospitalized

ID Released for Victim of Fatal Laurel SUV Crash, 5 Others Hospitalized

CCG – A Jeep SUV and a Toyota SUV collided on Sunday, March 24, at approximately 6 p.m. near Laurel Bowie Road and Mallard Drive. Parbati Sharma, 45, of Herndon, Virginia, was in the passenger’s seat of the Toyota SUV.

After suffering severe injuries and being admitted to the hospital, Sharma was soon declared dead.

Authorities said the injuries that initially did not appear to be life-threatening caused the Toyota driver and the other three passengers to be transported.

According to PGPD, the driver of the Jeep sustained minor injuries. The cars struck each other in the northbound lanes of Laurel Bowie Road, according to a follow-up inquiry.

ID Released for Victim of Fatal Laurel SUV Crash, 5 Others Hospitalized (1)

The identity of the woman who died in a devastating SUV crash in Laurel, Maryland, that also injured five others has been made public by the authorities. At the accident scene, the victim—whose name is being kept anonymous until family members are notified—passed away from their injuries.

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The circumstances behind the crash—the specifics of which are still being looked into—have not yet been fully revealed by authorities. As soon as emergency personnel got on the scene, they began tending to the injured and took them to adjacent hospitals for additional care. Their injuries are still unknown in terms of their extent.

Concerns over road safety and the reasons that contributed to the incident are being voiced by the Laurel community, which is still in shock from this horrific tragedy. The cause of the crash is being thoroughly investigated by the authorities.

Thoughts and sympathies are sent to everyone affected by this tragic event as the community grieves the victim’s passing.

See a quick snippet of the scene by scrolling down:

Investigators are trying to figure out what caused the crash.

At 301-731-4422, the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is asking anyone with information to get in touch. You get free news updates by subscribing to Prince George’s Daily Voice.

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