The woman pulled into the path of another vehicle
Hagerstown, Md. (DG) – A Hagerstown woman was killed in a two vehicle accident early Tuesday morning.
Maryland State Police responded to the accident at the intersection of Route 40 and Garland Groh Boulevard at 5:40 AM.
Police report 40-year-old Ingrid Rocio Velasco Collazos was driving a 2016 Ford Fusion and heading south on Garland Groh Boulevard, approaching a flashing red light at the Route 40 intersection.
A 2014 Ford E350 bus, driven by 55-year-old Catherine Ann Baker, was headed westbound on Route 40, and approaching a flashing yellow light.
Collazos failed to yeild to the right-of-way, and made a left-hand turn, pulling into Baker’s path.
The van struck the driver’s side door of the Fusion. Collazos was transported to Meritus Medical Center where she later died.
Police said no charges will be filed in the case, due to the “at-fault” driver being decesed.
Route 40 at Garland Groh Boulevard was closed for 2 1/2 hours while the scene was investigated.