The District
Rights group executive dies in scooter crash

Cassidy Karakorn, 39, an executive with the Human Rights Campaign, was killed late Saturday in a traffic collision while operating a motor scooter in Northeast.

Police said her scooter collided with a vehicle making a U-turn in the 1100 block of Florida Avenue NE about 11:15 p.m.

Karakorn had been with the Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights organization, since 2001, according to her LinkedIn page, and was listed as its director of consumer marketing.

The Refinery29 website described her as a “ familiar face in D.C.’s most creative circles” and said she had also worked as a DJ. Washington Life magazine listed her in its “guide to Washington’s most influential 40-and-under leaders.”

— Martin Weil

Two killed in pileup in Prince George’s

Two people were killed in a five-car crash on Edmonston Road in Prince George’s County, the U.S. Park Police said.

The crash occurred about midnight Sunday, in the Beltsville area, near Sunnyside Avenue. Names and other details were not immediately available.

Earlier Sunday, a motorcyclist was killed on Route 50 in the Cheverly area of the county when he collided with a car that had lost control, the state police said. They identified the motorcyclist as John Willie Junius Vaughan Jr., 61, of the Mitchellville area.

— Dana Hedgpeth and Martin Weil

Hit-and-run leaves one dead in Dumfries

One person was killed in a hit-and-run crash late Sunday on Interstate 95 in the Dumfries area of Prince William County, state police said.

The vehicle that police think was involved left the road, according to witnesses. Only a vague description was available. The victim’s name was withheld until relatives could be notified.

— Dana Hedgpeth