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Maryland Man Dies after Hitting Two Parked Cars

A Maryland man crashed his vehicle into a tree and two parked cars on the evening of Sunday October 21, 2012. He didn’t survive his injuries that night.

At around 5:30 pm in Washington D.C. on the 1700 block of Kearney Street, sixty one year old Ellsworth Rucker crashed his 1994 Ford Explorer into a tree and two parked vehicles. Rucker had lost control of his vehicle after hitting a curb.

Investigators are still investigating the accident. It is unknown what may have caused Rucker to be in such an accident. Rucker’s son suggests that it may have been a medical issue.

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