2 dead, 1 critically injured in early Thursday crash

WASHINGTON – Two died and a third was critically injured in an early morning crash that blocked the Baltimore Washington Parkway for several hours on Thursday, according to a U.S. Park Police news release.

The 2 a.m. crash involved a Ford truck and Infiniti on the northbound lanes near Route 202. The truck’s two occupants fled the scene on foot.

Ange D’Angela Barbour, 21, and Kiana Lorrane Wiggins, 34, two of four in the Infiniti, were killed, the release says.

Seth DeBose is listed in critical condition at Prince George’s Hospital Center.

Charles J. Wiggins, 33, the Infiniti driver, was cut from the car and taken to the hospital. He was treated for minor injuries and admitted for observation.

The Ford driver, Terry Dean Trice, and his female passenger were both located after fleeing the scene. They had minor injuries.

Trice was has an outstanding warrant for probation violation for homicide and is in custody.

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