Bryan Griffith Death – Bryan Griffith and his wife Stacey Whalen Kyker, were involved in a motor vehicle accident on Maryland 97 in Carroll County. According to reports, the fatal crash happened on Sunday, June 18, 2023. Griffith who is 63 years old was pronounced dead from the fatal injuries sustained the crash. Kyker was transported to the hospital as a result of her injuries.
Loved ones said Stacey is in a great deal of pain and has multiple broken, fractured, and shattered bones, but her physical condition will improve as time goes on. Bryan Griffith graduated from Westminster Senior High School and studied at Carroll Community College. The report of the accident have not been released by the authorities.
Bryan Griffith Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date…
RELATED ARTICLE: Victims in Md. 97 car crash in serious condition
The two motorists who were involved in a collision on Maryland Route 97 close to Hook Road on Saturday are both in a critical condition. At approximately 1:30 in the afternoon, a red 2008 Ford Mustang was driving northbound on Maryland Route 97 in Westminster, as stated in a press release issued by the Maryland State Police. The Mustang went through the double solid yellow line and onto the southbound side of the road, where it collided with a blue 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier that was traveling in that lane.
Michael Allen Smith, 55 years old, of Highland was recognized as the driver of the Ford Mustang that was involved in the accident. Allen was listed as being in a serious but stable condition as of Sunday. Ethel Maddox, who is 51 years old and is from Pikesville, was determined to be the driver of the Cavalier. She was airlifted to the trauma center with injuries that are currently unknown and is in serious condition at this time.
According to the Maryland State Police, Terry Clark, who was riding as a passenger in the front seat of the Cavalier, was identified as the individual who was pronounced deceased shortly after being transferred to the Carroll County Hospital Center. After the crash, traffic on Maryland Route 97 between Hook Road and Maryland Route 32 was stopped for many hours. The C.R.A.S.H. Team of the Maryland State authorities is continuing to investigate the crash, and the authorities have stated that it is uncertain at this time whether or not alcohol played a role in the collision.
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