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Anne Arundel County crash leaves two people dead, police say

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Two people died in Anne Arundel County around 2 p.m. while traveling in a Honda S2000 that crossed into an opposite lane of traffic and crashed into a Chevrolet Suburban, according to Anne Arundel County Police Department (AACOPD).

The two people killed are David Blaine Wolcott and Heather Lyn Wolcott, according to ACCOPD. Both are from the same home address in Severn, Maryland, added the department.

AACOPD said the crash happened on Telegraph Road in the area of Buckingham Place. 

The initial investigation by officers said that the Honda S2000 for "an unknown reason," crossed the northbound lane on Telegraph Road and struck the Chevy, according to AACOPD. 

The crash caused the Chevy Suburban to become fully engulfed. The two people in this Suburban were transported to a hospital in the area with serious injuries, said AACOPD.

AACOPD said the toxicology results were still pending, adding that the crash is currently under investigation by the Traffic Safety Section.

WUSA9 will continue to update this story as more information comes into our newsroom.

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