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Teen Dies from Injuries Sustained in Md. Accident

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VIENNA, Md. – A teenager from East New Market died from injuries she sustained in a car accident, according to the Dorchester County Sheriff's Office.

It happened Tuesday on Reid Road.

The Sheriff's Office said a 2004 GMC pickup truck was traveling east when it went off the roadway and overturned in a ditch.

Police say the water in the ditch was several feet deep. The front of the truck was submerged in the water.

Six people were in the truck: two juveniles and four adults.

One of the adults, Cassidy Stinton, 19, was taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury where she died from her injuries.

Investigators said two other adults and one juvenile were taken to Dorchester General Hospital in Cambridge. They were treated and released. The other adult and juvenile did not need treatment.

The Sheriff's Office is continuing to investigate the crash and said there could be charges pending the outcome of the investigation.

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