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Public's Help Sought in Pocomoke Pedestrian Crash Probe

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POCOMOKE CITY, Md.- Police are asking the public's help in their investigation of a fatal pedestrian crash that occurred late last month in Pocomoke City.

The Worcester County Sheriff's Office's Collision Reconstruction Unit said the incident occurred at around 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28 on Route 13. According to investigators, an adult female pedestrian was initially struck by a Ford passenger car. After that, other vehicles also struck her. Police have not yet released the identity of the victim, who died from her injuries.

Anyone who may have been traveling Route 13 southbound in the area of Your Doc's in in Pocomoke City at about 7 p.m. that December evening and who may have seen something or believes he or she may have run over something, is asked to contact Lt. Ed Schreier of the Sheriff's Office at (410) 632 -1112, ext. 2224.

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