Trooper-Pedestrian Collision Report Near Complete - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Trooper-Pedestrian Collision Report Near Complete

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BERLIN, Md. - The Maryland State Police crash investigation into November's officer-involved collision on Route 113 in Berlin, should be complete in just a few days.

According to investigators, once the report is complete, it will be sent for an internal review. That process could take up to 30 days, depending on the number of investigations up for review ahead of it.

From there, it will go to the State's Attorney for decisions on possible charges.

On November 8, Tymier Dennis and his brother Tyheym Bowen were crossing the road near Bay Street around 8 p.m. The pair were reportedly struck by MSP Trooper Nicholas Hager, killing Tymeir and causing Tyheym to loose his leg.

The Berlin Pedestrian Safety Committee recently worked on changes to make the area safer.

The speed limit in that area will soon change to 45 mph, and marked crosswalks, bike lanes and turn lanes will soon be put in place.

Officials from the committee say they're just waiting for better weather to pour concrete and install warning signs.

A lighted pedestrian countdown sign is set to be installed by December.

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