Police: Drivers in 4-Death Crash Were Drunk
Maryland State Police released 911 recordings from prior to Saturday's accident.
Both drivers in Saturday's quadruple fatal Maryland Route 50 accident were drunk, according to NBC4 in Washington.
The TV station reported Wednesday that 19-year-old Brittany Ann Walker and 55-year-old Terry Wayne Davis were both drunk when they crashed. Walker, a 2010 Meade High School graduate, had two 18-year-old passengers, who also died: Breanna Marie Franco, a Severna Park High School graduate, and Zachary Tyler Rose, a 2011 Meade graduate.
Maryland State Police released 911 recordings from prior to the crash, when callers reported Walker's car to be driving the wrong way in the fast lane on Interstate 97, the Associated Press reported.
Davis is also from Severna Park, but he and Franco weren't the only tragic deaths the town endured in the last eight days. A baseball coach and janitor at the high school also died unexpectedly.