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One UMES Student Killed, Another Injured in Crash

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PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- Maryland State Police say a University of Maryland Eastern Shore student was killed and another injured following a single-car crash that occurred Sunday night outside Princess Anne.

Police said that at around 11:24 p.m., 19-year-old Devin Clay was driving a 2006 Nissan Maxima with 20-year-old Kandace Sewell the front-seat passenger. Troopers said the car was traveling east on College Backbone Road near Palmetto Church Road, when for an unknown reason it went off the left side of the roadway that curved slightly to the right. Investigators said Clay then apparently overcorrected and went onto the right side of the roadway where the car overturned, resulting in the front-seat passenger being evacuated. Sewell was injured in the crash. UMES officials said she is still at a hospital in Baltimore where he she is listed in serious but not life-threatening condition.

Clay was pinned in the driver's area of the car and pronounced dead.

Students at UMES are mourning Clay's death and wishing the best to Sewell on a recovery. 

Police are still investigating the crash.

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