Hagerstown Police: Construction worker killed after 2 vehicle collision


HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WDVM) — Two construction workers were struck during a collision between a pickup truck and SUV at the intersection of West Washington Street and North Burhans Blvd. One worker was pronounced dead at the scene, Hagerstown Police said.

Police identified the deceased worker on Friday as Brian Lee Gould, 68, of Hagerstown.

According to police, the accident was reported around 1:14 p.m. Thursday. The area was closed for some time. Police report the truck, driven by Michael Douglas Hurd, 44 of Sharpsburg. was driving eastbound and the SUV, driven by Pamela Neteh-Ngweng Zama, 44, of Bethesda, was driving northbound when they collided at the intersection. The SUV then hit a construction vehicle in the parking lot of the Hagerstown Police Department and the two workers, police said.

Police say charges are pending, and the area was closed for an unknown period of time. Neteh-Ngweng Zama and the driver of a construction vehicle identified by police as Michael Steven Lindsey, 46 of Hagerstown, were taken to Meritus with serious injuries.

2:05 p.m. Hagerstown Police Department is investigating a fatal accident on West Washington St and Burhans Blvd.

WDVM is on the scene and will update the story as information becomes available.

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