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Maryland State Police News Release

State Police Identify Victim Involved In Early Morning Pedestrian Fatal On I-95

(Baltimore, MD) – Maryland State Police have identified the victim involved in an early morning pedestrian fatal involving a tractor trailer on I-95 in Baltimore County.

The victim is identified as Nicole Comi, 31, of Baltimore. She was pronounced deceased at the scene by emergency medical personnel. Autopsy results are pending examination by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

The driver of the tractor trailer is identified as Michael McDonough, 59, of Edgewood, Maryland. He was the sole operator of the tractor trailer.

No charges have been filed.  Upon completion of the ongoing crash investigation, it will be forwarded to the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office for review to determine if charges are warranted.

At 2:30 a.m. this morning, Maryland state troopers from the JFK Memorial Highway Barrack responded to the report of a traffic crash involving a pedestrian at northbound I-95 in the area of 695 and White Marsh Boulevard, near the King Avenue overpass.  Responding troopers found EMS personnel treating the victim on scene.

The preliminary investigation indicates Comi was walking in lane 3 of the four lane highway at the time of the incident.  It is unknown at this time why she was in the roadway.

Troopers from the JFK Barrack, the Maryland State Police Crash Team and EMS from the Baltimore County Fire Department responded to the scene. Troopers from the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division also responded to assist with the investigation.  Northbound I-95 was closed prior to the beltway for approximately three and one-half hours while traffic was re-routed by personnel from the Maryland Transportation Authority.

Witnesses to the crash are urged to call the JFK Barrack at 410-537-1150. The investigation continues…