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Seaford Graduate Killed in Towson Hit-and-Run

The incident occurred early Saturday morning; police are still searching for the suspect.

A Seaford High School graduate was killed early Saturday in a hit-and-run incident in downtown Towson.

According to police, around 1:45 a.m., Ryan Bailey, 20, a junior at , was struck near the intersection of York Road and Washington Avenue.

Bailey was on York Road when an older model silver or white car was traveling north in the same lane, police said. The car hit Bailey and pushed him toward a grass embankment and tree root, before he landed on the sidewalk. Paramedics found Bailey in cardiac arrest and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Baltimore County's crash team is investigating the incident. Anyone with information is asked to call Baltimore County police at 410-307-2020

According to his Facebook page, Bailey graduated from Seaford Senior High School in 2009. Friends are posting rememberances on the Facebook page.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Bailey was a budding lacrosse player in high school, who studied accounting and was considering pursuing a job on Wall Street.

Carol Dunsworth, a university spokeswoman, said a memorial service on campus is planned; details have not yet been finalized.

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