TODDVILLE, Md.- The Dorchester County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Sunday crash that claimed the life of a man riding a motor scooter.
The accident occurred shortly before noon in the area of 2552 Toddville Road in Toddville. Deputies who responded to the scene learned that a motor scooter, being operated by 48-year-old Robert F. Campbell 3rd of Virginia Beach, Va., had veered off of the roadway and went into a ditch before hitting a tree.
Campbell was treated at the scene by Dorchester County EMS and personnel from the Lakes & Straits, Hoopers Island and Church Creek volunteer fire departments. He was then flown from the scene by Maryland State Police Medevac helicopter to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Campbell later died of injuries he sustained in the crash. According to police, Campbell was not using any safety equipment.
His body was taken to the state medical examiner's office in Baltimore for an autopsy.
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