Authorities say the crash happened at around 9:15PM on the northbound lanes of I-95 near the Intercounty Connector in Maryland. Highway officials say at least four vehicles, including a tractor trailer, were involved in the crash.
Investigators believe a black Honda Pilot became disabled in the roadway resulting in a collision with a Dodge Caravan and a tractor-trailer. A white Volkswagen was also involved.
Moshe Z”L, who was a passenger in the Dodge, was flown to Children’s Hospital where he R”L succumbed to his injuries. The driver of the Dodge, his mother – 45-year-old Tamara Moskowitz, was transported to Medstar in Washington, D.C. with life threatening injuries.
The driver and passenger of the Honda were both transported to Prince George’s Hospital Center with non-life threatening injuries.
The driver of the Volkswagen was not injured in the collision.
I-95 was closed for approximately five hours, with some closures extending in to the early morning hours Wednesday.
The cause of the accident is still being investigated at this time.
Misaskim was working with the Medical Examiner in Washington D.C. to ensure that the Niftar was being released in a timely fasion and working to ensure proper Kavod Haniftar.
Moshe Moskowitz Z”L is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Doniel Moskowitz. Moshe was an 8th grader in Talmudic Academy in Baltimore – Where his father is a Rebbi.
He was the youngest rider in Bike4Chai this past summer. He biked the very difficult 170 mile bike ride along with his brother Naftali – raising more than $12,000 for the children of Camp SImcha.
Please be Mispallel for Tamar Adina bas Kayna Shulamis, who is in critical condition.
Levaya details will be published when they become available.
Levayah will take place tomorrow, Thursday, Dec. 15, at Sol Levinson’s at 11AM.
Kevurah will be at the Agudah Cemetery in Rosedale.
Shiva will be observed at 7006 Wallis Ave, Baltimore, MD 21215