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State police: Man killed in Glen Burnie Interstate 695 crash, dump truck driver arrested on DUI charges

A Severna Park resident was killed Wednesday morning after his car collided with a dump truck that left a work site and blocked lanes on Interstate 695, according to Maryland State Police.

Police said the dump truck’s driver, Nathaniel Patrick Ingram, 33, was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. The dump truck was loaded with material from the work site at the closed-off exit ramp to Route 2, police said.

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Anthony Filardo, 33, of Severna Park was declared dead shortly after midnight Wednesday at the scene of the crash, where his car was rolled onto its side after striking the rear tires of the dump truck that was nearly perpendicular to the travel lanes of the outer loop of Interstate 695, police said in charging papers.

Crash investigators determined that the dump truck had traveled the wrong way up the exit ramp and was unable to complete a right turn onto the beltway, police said. The truck had backed up to turn and was blocking travel lanes when Filardo’s 2014 Lexus crashed into the rear of the dump truck, coming to a rest against the median, police said.

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Troopers from the Glen Burnie Barrack responded to the incident just after midnight Wednesday. The outer loop of the beltway was closed for five hours.

Ingram failed field sobriety tests, police said, adding that he blew a 0.11 blood alcohol concentration. The legal limit for driving under the influence in Maryland is 0.08 BAC.

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Ingram, of Washington, D.C., was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and was charged with several manslaughter offenses after state police conferred with the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s Office.

He is being held without bail in the Jennifer Road Detention Center pending a Thursday bail review. He did not have an attorney listed in court records.

Ingram was a subcontractor for Team Cam Services, a Linthicum contractor for the State Highway Administration, according to SHA spokeswoman Shanteé Felix.

The incident is under investigation by Maryland State Police. It was the fourth fatal motor vehicle collision in Anne Arundel County this past week.

In the early hours of Wednesday, a pedestrian road worker was killed while working as a flagger in Davidsonville. Police arrested the driver, Christopher Jonathan Asher, who they said was intoxicated when he fatally struck Lizeth Guzman.

On Saturday, Kurt Ignatius Johnson, 65, of Bowie, was declared dead after his vehicle crashed into a utility pole in Linthicum.

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And on Thursday, Tramellia Nicole Wright, 47, of Glen Burnie was killed after police say Kevin James Pickett, 42, of Sykesville, drove into her while she was on the side of the road. Pickett told police he was using methadone at the time, according to charging papers.


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