Pasadena pedestrian dies of injuries after being hit by car

A 49-year-old pedestrian has died of his injuries after being struck by a car in Pasadena Friday night, police said.

Adam J. O'Conner was crossing Fort Smallwood Road in a dark area when the accident occurred shortly before 11 p.m., according to a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County police.

Officers found O'Conner lying in the road with what appeared to be life-threatening injuries. He was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

Wearing dark clothing, he had been struck by a northbound vehicle that had remained at the scene.

O'Conner was struck by a 2010 Honda Accord driven by Scott T. Berenbach, 29, of Parkville. Neither he nor his passenger, Michelle D. Biasucci, 31, of Joppa, was injured

O'Conner was not in a designated crosswalk, according to a report of the incident by Cpl. W.R. Morningstar Jr., and pedestrian error was deemed the cause of the accident.

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