Friday, December 8, 2017

Driver Fatality In Wicomico Crash

Salisbury Barrack
2765 N Salisbury Blvd
Salisbury MD 21801
410-749-3101 ext. 0 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/8/2017
Type of Incident:  Traffic Accident
Date and Time: 12/08/2017 1547
Location:  W/B Rt 50 @ Queen Ave
Vehicles:  Vehicle 1: 2005 Buick LeSabre
                 Vehicle 2: 2003 Honda Pilot
Drivers:   Vehicle 1: William Madison Pender Sr, 95 YOA, Salisbury, MD
                Vehicle 2:  Marie Vonette  Molme, 44 YOA, Seaford, DE
Narrative:  On the above time and date, Troopers from the Salisbury Barrack responded to W/B Rt 50 @ Queen Ave Salisbury MD for the report of a motor vehicle collision.  Investigation revealed that Vehicle 1 was heading S/B on Queen Avenue, where it failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection with W/B Rt 50.  Vehicle 1 entered into W/B Rt 50 where it was struck in the driver side by Vehicle 2, which was heading W/B on Rt 50 in lane 2.  Vehicle 2 was occupied by eight people.  The seven passengers of Vehicle 2 (excluding the driver) were transported to PRMC for non-life threatening injuries.  The driver of vehicle 1 was transported to PRMC where he was pronounced deceased.  It would be determined that vehicle 1 was at fault in the collision.
Investigating Trooper:  TFC W Shelter
Phone Number: 410-749-3101

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sad. 95 years and it ends like that.

Jim said...

So driver of 2nd vehicle not hurt but all 7 passengers were?? Hmmmmm And prayers to the deceased family.

Anonymous said...

Some old people need the keys retired.I live in crisfield I won't name names but everyone know a few that should be driving any vehicle of any kind.One has a car and rides around all day.

Anonymous said...

Poor old fella was probably dead before he entered intersection. Heart attack? RIP.

Anonymous said...

Ill take my chances on a clean elder driver then the drug infested 2nd street and the junkie

Anonymous said...

He mightve experienced a medical emergency. Rip

Anonymous said...

Isnt that the damm truth
I am tired of it
The constant people traffic
The fighting
If we all see it why cant the authorities?

Anonymous said...

Sad

Anonymous said...

Word is they are snitches and still on 2nd st crisfield

Anonymous said...

Very sad for the driver that passed away.
Also, hope that the other passengers that went to the hospital to get checked out don't try to sue. It seems like that is a very popular thing to do these days, to get some extra cash. In the long run, it ends up making everyone's rates go up.

Anonymous said...

Prayers to all

Anonymous said...

10:34-The only reason I would sue would be if thousands were left unpaid & I was held responsible to pay it.Even then I would only sue for the amount of the hospital bill & lost wages.