UPDATE: Man Dies from Motorcycle Crash
Charges are pending against a Timonium resident who allegedly failed to yield the right of way.
UPDATED (4 p.m.)—Robert Junius Carter Jr., a Baltimore City resident, died Sunday from injuries suffered from a motorcycle crash Friday afternoon.
Carter died at 11 a.m. Sunday at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma.
Patch originally reported that Carter was in critical condition Monday, based on the latest information provided to police.
Numerous phone calls to the University of Maryland Shook Trauma Center seeking information were not returned.
ORIGINAL—A Baltimore man remains in critical condition after hitting a moving car with his motorcycle Friday afternoon in Timonium.
Charges against Frederick Jasen Levitan, the automobile driver who allegedly failed to yield the right of way, are pending, according to Baltimore County police.
The victim, Robert Junius Carter Jr., of the 4800 block of Reisterstown Road, was headed northbound on Aylesbury Road on his Yamaha V-Star 1100 motorcycle when he struck Levitan’s 1998 Cadillac Deville.
Levitan, 83, of the unit block of Glenamoy Court in Timonium, was making a left turn onto Fox Tail Road from southbound Aylesbury Road.
Carter, 47, was transported by ambulance to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center with life-threatening injuries.
Levitan is considered at fault, according to police.
Carter worked as a chef at The Charred Rib, a popular Timonium restaurant, for decades.