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Police Identify Man Killed in Ellicott City Motorcycle Crash

The 24-year-old motorcyclist was from Baltimore County, according to police.

The June 17 fatal crash happened less than a mile from the Howard County Police Department headquarters.
The June 17 fatal crash happened less than a mile from the Howard County Police Department headquarters.
The motorcyclist killed after running a red light Tuesday morning on US Route 40 in Ellicott City was identified as a Baltimore County man, according to the Howard County Police Department.

Terrence Alan Robinson, 24, of Windsor Mill, was pronounced dead after his 2013 Kawasaki Ninja collided with another vehicle at the intersection of Rogers Avenue and Route 40, police said.

The driver of the other vehicle, a 2001 Saturn, was not seriously injured, according to police. The Ellicott City woman driving the Saturn made a legal left turn onto Rogers Avenue from eastbound Route 40, according to the report.

Before the crash, a Howard County police officer saw Robinson speeding westbound on Route 40 and attempted to stop him but the man refused, police said.

Related: Motorcyclist Dies Speeding Through 2 Red Lights on Route 40

Witnesses told officials that Robinson proceeded to run two red lights—one at Normandy Drive and the other at Rogers Avenue—before colliding with the Saturn, police said.

Robinson was taken to Howard County General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to police.

He did not have a license to operate a motorcycle and his standard license had been suspended, according to police.
Steve June 18, 2014 at 02:38 PM
Lesson learned, Don't run from the Police
Justin case June 20, 2014 at 07:27 PM
Or run red lights. Da da duh!!!

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