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Pedestrian Struck, Killed After Walking Along Route 589

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BERLIN, Md. - A pedestrian was killed Friday night on MD Route 589.  Maryland State Police report Aaron Bernard Simon was driving along Route 589 around 9:30pm.  Troopers say Simon was driving a 1993 Chevrolet Suburban southbound, and for an unknown reason, stopped his vehicle in the middle of the road.  He reportedly got out of the car and began to walk against traffic.

Police continue to say that the driver of a 2007 Cadillac Escalade was driving north on Route 589 when the driver saw the stopped Chevrolet.  When he tried to move out of the way, troopers say Simon was struck by the Escalade. 

Maryland State Police say Simon was taken to Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin where he was pronounced dead. 

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