University of Maryland freshman Maria Fisher died in October 2017, but still little is known about her whereabouts before the car crash that took her life. She's buried in the small town of Lititz, Pennsylvania, where her family has also opened a bed and breakfast that will host art galleries and concerts in her honor.
Fisher was struck and killed by a car as she crossed Route 1 in October 2017.
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Fisher was struck and killed by a car as she crossed Route 1 in October 2017.
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