Police have identified the tanker truck driver who died in a major crash on I-95 in Baltimore Saturday.
Clinton Lamont Worrell, Jr., 31, from Baltimore died in the crash near Caton Avenue, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority Police.
Worrell's gas tanker truck, owned by Carroll Fuel, went over the jersey wall and burst into flames during icy road conditions around 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
Two people were killed in the massive pileup, including Worrell. Nine others were taken to Shock Trauma.
A total of 68 cars were involved in the crash, the largest accident MDTA has ever experienced. MDTA spokesman Kevin Ayd the cause of the crash is still under investigation.
Officials said there are still a number of unclaimed vehicles. MDTA Police are asking drivers and witnesses involved in the fatal I-95 crash to call 410-537-1208 with information.
MDTA Police identified driver of tanker truck from I-95 fatal crash. Individuals/witnesses pls contact 410-537-1208 https://t.co/fdETVB9g8t
— MDTA (@TheMDTA) December 23, 2016