NEW YORK CITY (FOX 5 DC) - A Prince George's County man is facing charges including manslaughter in connection with a fiery multi-car crash in New York City that killed one person, and injured two.
The crash happened Saturday morning a block from the World Trade Center. Police say Sherman Harrison of Upper Marlboro lost control of his Audi on West Street, a major roadway along the Hudson River.
The Audi hit a Honda, which flipped over and caught fire. Its driver, a woman, was killed.
Police say the Audi hit two other vehicles, injuring two people, before striking two unoccupied parked cars.
According to police, Harrison was apprehended as he tried to flee with his dog. He was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and manslaughter. It could not be determined if he has a lawyer to comment.
An Associated Press report contributed to this story.