Jogger Killed by Dundalk Driver in Perryville Tuesday
Police said the jogger was wearing a reflective vest and they are still investigating the Jan. 29 incident.
A Perryville man died Tuesday after being hit by a car while jogging on Pulaski Highway near Jackson Station Road, Maryland State Police confirmed Wednesday.
Police said that Anthony Brian Marks was jogging on the right-hand shoulder of the road, wearing a reflective vest, at 9:45 p.m. on Jan. 29 when an SUV hit him.
Multiple people called in the incident Tuesday night, and police shut down US Route 40 eastbound for an investigation for several hours.
Tinette Denise Curry-Johnson of Dundalk was driving east on US Route 40 in her Mercury SUV when "for an unknown reason, [she] traveled on the shoulder, striking Marks," police said in a prepared statement.
Marks was declared dead at the scene, according to the statement.
Officers interviewed Curry-Johnson at the Maryland State Police North East Barrack, and police said the investigation is ongoing. According to Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley, no charges have been filed.