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Police Investigate Deadly Marydel Crash

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MARYDEL, Md. - Just before 5:00 Sunday morning, troopers from the Maryland State Police Easton Barrack responded to the area by Crown Stone Road and Stafford Road in Marydel. It was there that troopers found a 2004 black Honda Civic overturned in a field. 

The driver of the car was identified as Desiderio Vasquez Perez, a 25-year old man from Marydel, who was pronounced dead on the scene by local EMS and paramedics. Preliminary investigations by police indicated that Perez’s car was traveling southbound on Crown Stone Road, south of Stafford Road, when it "failed to negotiate a right turn" and crossed the center line. 

Perez's car left the roadway on the northbound side, and rolled over before coming to a rest in a field. Police said that alcohol and not wearing a seat belt may have contributed to the accident.

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