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Police Continue Investigation into Easton Head-on Crash

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EASTON, Md.- Nearly a week after a head-on crash that claimed the life of one person in Easton, police there are asking the public's help in locating two women who may have information related to the accident.

The crash occurred shortly after 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, on eastbound Route 328, approximately a quarter of a mile east of Fisher Range Road. Investigators said a Dodge Caravan belonging to AAA Transport was traveling westbound on Route 328 and the UPS truck was waiting to make a left turn from the eastbound lane into a driveway to make a delivery. That is when the Caravan suddenly veered left and struck the UPS truck head-on, police said.

The Caravan driver would later be pronounced dead at Memorial Hospital in Easton. The name of the Caravan driver has not yet been released. The driver of the UPS truck was not injured in the crash, according to investigators.

According to police, an investigation revealed that there were two women dressed in scrubs that stopped at the scene and rendered aid to the driver of the Caravan. Police are attempting to locate the women to interview them about the crash. Anyone with information that may lead to the identification of these two women is asked to call the Easton Police Department at (410) 822-1111 and ask for M/Pfc. Phillips

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