Oxon Hill woman killed in car crash

March 11, 1991

A 62-year-old Prince George's County woman was killed late Saturday afternoon in a four-car pileup at the intersection of Route 210 and Kerby Hill Road near Oxon Hill, authorities reported.

The victim, Constance Westbrook of the 7900 block of Claudia Drive, Oxon Hill, was a passenger in a car driven by her husband, Edwin Westbrook, 70.

Prince George's police said the Westbrooks' car was southbound on Route 210 when it struck a car turning left at Kerby Hill Road. The impact spun the car, driven by Ricardo Ray, 22, of Fort Washington, into the intersection and caused it to become wedged between two other cars stopped at the light.

Neither Mr. Ray nor the other two drivers were seriously injured, police said. Mr. Westbrook was taken to Greater Southeast Community Hospital, where he was admitted for observation.

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