A Red Lion man was one of  two people killed in a four-vehicle crash on Interstate 83 in Baltimore County Thursday night. 

Maryland State Police said in a news release that David Suter, 57, of Red Lion, was killed when his Dodge pickup truck drove into the opposing lane of traffic on I-83 Thursday, Oct. 26.

Suter's truck was heading north about 9:30 p.m. when it went into the southbound lane and struck a tractor-trailer, the release states. Police said Suter's truck then struck an SUV, causing the SUV to be sent over a southbound guardrail. 

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Suter's truck, which was disabled on the road, was then struck by a Toyota Prius, officials said.

Suter and the driver of the SUV, Richard Shaw, 56, of Woodbridge, Virginia, were pronounced dead at the scene. The passenger of the SUV, Mitchell Shaw, 19, also of Woodbridge, Virginia, was taken by ambulance to York Hospital for treatment, police said. 

No one else was injured in the crash, according to officials. 

Shrewsbury Volunteer Fire Co., which was sent to assist at the scene, said the crash occurred just south of Exit 36 in Baltimore County. That is about a mile south of the state line.

Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.

Editor's note: This story has been updated with new information from police identifying Richard Shaw as the driver of the SUV.

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