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Isabel-related deaths in Md.
Deaths in Maryland during Hurricane Isabel and the storm's aftermath:
Bruce E. Hartt, 50, of Annapolis, killed about 5:45 p.m. on Sept. 18 when his vehicle veers off road in Arnold, strikes utility pole and pole breaks in three parts, sending one section into the passenger compartment.
Maryland Emergency Management Agency and the Calvert County sheriff's office reported Sept. 19 that a pedestrian was killed when a vehicle hit him during the storm.
Body of William C. Biewer, 27, of Dundalk found floating Sept. 19 in floodwaters near his home.
Ronald M. Hall, 22, of Pasadena, pronounced dead at a hospital after being found Sept. 20 in his home, where a generator was running in the basement.
McKayla R. Hall, 3, of Pasadena, pronounced dead at a hospital after being found Sept. 20 at her father's home, where a generator was running in the basement.
Aaron Presley, 45, of Flora, Miss., electrocuted about 2:15 p.m. on Sept. 20 in Stevensville when he apparently touched a live wire. He was a senior lineman on the Jackson, Miss.-based Entergy Mississippi storm team.
A utility worker from Pike Electric in North Carolina was electrocuted about 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 20 in Bowie while working with BGE clearing debris around a wire carrying 7,620 volts of electricity. He somehow touched the wire, stopping his heart.
Adult found dead Sept. 22 in a home in Chillum where a generator was running in the basement.