Two people died in separate traffic accidents over the weekend, State Police reported.
Police also reported that an elderly New York man, who was critically injured in an April 1 collision on Interstate 95 that killed three people, died Friday at the Shock-Trauma Unit in Baltimore.
About 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Constance S. Hefner, 33, of Silver Spring, was killed when the 1990 Chevrolet Geo that she was driving south on Interstate 270 near Clarksburg in Montgomery County left the roadway and went down an embankment, police said.
Police said Hefner, who had been drinking and speeding, was ejected from the car. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police in Worcester County said Joane Marcia Phillips, 48, of Waldorf, died about 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Peninsula General Hospital of injuries she received in a collision at the intersection of U.S. 50 and Md. 818, near Berlin.
About noon Saturday, Phillips was a passenger in a 1990 Plymouth being driven eastbound on U.S. 50 by Renee Lynn Boswell, 30, of La Plata, when it struck a 1979 Oldsmobile being driven northbound on Md. 818 by Harry D. Morris, 59, of Berlin.
Neither driver was injured and charges were pending, police said.
In the April 1 accident, Anthony William Haywood Sr., 22, of Baltimore, was driving southbound on I-95 when he crossed the median strip and crashed into a northbound car driven by Arthur Voight, 78, of Queens, N.Y., police said.
Pronounced dead at the scene were Haywood's son, Anthony William Jr., 18 months; Georgiana Voight, 76, wife of Arthur Voight; and the couple's grandson, John Charles Hinojosa, 22, of Herndon, Va.
State Police at Pikesville said the fatalities brought to 159 the number of people killed on Maryland roadways so far this year, compared with 195 at the same time last year.