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Glen Burnie Man Killed in Cambridge Crash

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CAMBRIDGE, Md.— Maryland State Police say a Glen Burnie man died over the weekend when his pickup truck ran off the road and struck a tree in Cambridge.

Police said that at around 9 p.m. Saturday, 46-year-old Darren W. Mcintyre was driving a 1992 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck westbound on the 2200 block of Hudson Road in Cambridge when he failed to negotiate a right curve. According to authorities, the truck crossed over the centerline, drove off the left side of the road, and hit a tree.

Police said Mcintyre was trapped inside the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene. According to investigators, no other people or vehicles were involved in the crash.

The road was closed for approximately three hours and the investigation is ongoing.

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