Posted on Dec 23, 2012

A young woman from Annapolis died on Sunday, November 25, in a Maryland car accident that she reportedly caused. Police are still looking for the other driver involved in the fatal Anne Arundel County crash.

According to Anne Arundel County Police, 27-year-old Tori Danielle Stitely died from injuries she sustained in the wreck, which occurred shortly after 8:15 p.m. in Odenton.

A preliminary investigation into the accident shows that a four-door Chevrolet Silverado truck was traveling westbound on Annapolis Road when a Lexus 430 sedan suddenly pulled out of a nearby parking lot and cut in front of the truck.

The two vehicles collided, and the force of the crash caused the Lexus to end up on the south side of the road while the Chevrolet spun and hit a telephone pole on the south side of the road.

The driver of the Chevrolet, an unidentified white woman with brown hair and a pink tank top, got out of her truck and fled the scene on foot without checking on the other driver.

Stitely, the driver of the Lexus, was rushed to a nearby Baltimore Shock Trauma Center where she was pronounced dead from her injuries.

Police currently believe Stitely caused the crash by failing to yield right of way to the truck. They do not yet know if drugs, alcohol, or speed factored into the accident, nor do they know why the other driver fled the scene. That person or anyone else with information regarding this accident is asked to call 410-222-8573.

The attorneys at Nickelsporn & Lundin express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Ms. Stitely.

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