A 51-year-old man died Thursday night after being struck by a car near Maryland International Raceway in St. Mary’s County.
The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office said Johnny Durtche of Dumbries, Va. was pronounced dead on the scene.
Durtche and others stopped in the roadway due to oncoming traffic after attempting to push a golf cart across Budds Creek Road from Maryland International Raceway. The sheriff’s office identified James Webster Tayman, 28, as the driver of the vehicle that struck Durtche.
The sheriff’s office said alcohol and speed were not a factor in the accident.
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