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Man Pronounced Dead After UTV Crash In Dorchester County

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HURLOCK, Md. - Police say a Hurlock man was found dead, after a UTV accident in Dorchester County.

The Secretary Volunteer Fire Department and the Dorchester County Sheriff's Department say on Sunday, around 8:00 AM, they responded to a home at 6315 Suicide Bridge Road, and found a 2012 Polaris U.T.V. overturned and laying on its side in a field approximately 300 yards from the house.

Officials say the driver, 57-year-old James Plummer Jr., was pinned under the roll cage of the vehicle, and had suffered severe head trauma. He was pronounced dead at the scene. His body was transported to Baltimore for an autopsy.

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