Driver Killed By 12-Year-Old Jumping From Overpass Was Towson Grad

Marisa Harris 22 was killed while driving on the highway Saturday

Marisa Harris 22 was killed while driving on the highway Saturday

Virginia State Police are investigating the incident that happened Saturday and killed Marisa Harris, 22, of Olney, Md.

The kid is being dealt with forever undermining wounds, and police said they are examining the bounce as a suicide endeavor. Harris' boyfriend was riding in the passenger seat and steered the vehicle after Harris was left incapacitated. She was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.

Corinne Geller, spokeswoman for the state police, said in a statement that the passenger in the auto was unhurt but the boy suffered life-threatening injuries.

The mother of Harris told WUSA-TV that her daughter's death was "ironic" given that the boy who jumped from the overpass is likely one of the children that Harris was training to be able to help.

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The passenger was not injured in the incident.

Harris graduated from Towson University with summa cum laude honors and was a 2013 graduate of Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring. Her father, Patrick Harris, said that she was an outgoing person and had a fondness for the outdoors, particularly hiking.

In a statement reported by The Baltimore Sun, Towson University spokesman Ray Feldmann called Harris "a caring, giving person who meant to devote her life to helping children in crisis".

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