Police: Failure to Yield Led to Deadly Md. Crash

Failure to yield the right of way on Route 50 yesterday morning resulted in the death of one person, vehicles bouncing off each other like pinballs and a two-hour-long traffic tie-up at Route 50 and Interstate-97 near Annapolis. According to Maryland State Police, the four-vehicle accident was set in motion when a Toyota Camry driven by Viktor Prifti, 57, of Springfield merged from southbound I-97 to westbound Route 50 and failed to yield the right of way. Prifti veered across three lanes of traffic and was hit by a 2005 Peterbilt tractor-trailer driven by Terrance Brooks, 30, of Humboldt, Tenn. For more information, follow the link below.

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