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Updated: Police ID Victims in Pittsville Fatal Crash

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Scene of Sunday night's crash scene on Route 50 and Sixty Foot Road in Pittsville. (Photo credit: Wicomico First Alert) Scene of Sunday night's crash scene on Route 50 and Sixty Foot Road in Pittsville. (Photo credit: Wicomico First Alert)
PITTSVILLE, Md.- Maryland State Police have released the names of a woman killed and two other people injured in a two-vehicle collision that occurred Sunday evening in Pittsville. 

The victim has been identified as 71-year-old Margaret Ann Joiner of Rehoboth Beach, Del. 

Troopers said the crash happened on Route 50 westbound at Sixty Foot Road at around 7:43 p.m. According to investigators, a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Margaret Joiner's husband, 71-year-old Mark Douglas Joiner, was traveling eastbound on Route 50, then turned north onto Sixty Foot Road while crossing Route 50 westbound. Troopers said that in the meantime, a Mazda CX-7, driven by 70-year-old Patricia Ford Milutin, of Princess Anne, Md., was traveling westbound on Route 50 when it struck the Jeep on the passenger side as it was turning onto Sixty Foot Road.

Margaret Joiner, who was the sole passenger in the Jeep, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. 

Troopers said Mark Joiner and a 78-year-old passenger of the Mazda, identified as Rudy Lucian Milutin, of Princess Anne, were both transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury for medical treatment.

Police said Rudy Milutin was stabilized from injuries he received, and was then flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore for further treatment. Patricia Milutin was kept overnight for observation and Mark Joiner was later released from PRMC, police said.

Police said the investigation into the collision is ongoing and charges are pending. The intersection and roadway was shut down for approximately three hours while the crash was investigated and cleared. 

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