Police Look for Family of Man Who Died in Ride On Bus Crash

Honda Accord struck the rear of a bus on Rockville Pike on Saturday


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Luis Enrique Gonzales-Saravia died from his injuries after he was transported to a local hospital.

Via MCPD

County police are looking for the family of a man who died in a crash with a Montgomery County Ride On Bus on Rockville Pike on Saturday.

Luis Enrique Gonzales-Saravia, 23, died after his 1995 Honda Accord crashed into the rear end of the bus that had stopped at a red signal near the intersection of Rockville Pike and Halpine Road at about 8:30 p.m.

Montgomery County police identified Gonzales-Saravia in a press release on Wednesday, but noted that officers have not been able to locate anyone in his family.

The driver of the bus—who police identified as Derwood resident Donnett Marsha Lawrence, 48—and passengers on the bus were not injured.

Based on documents and papers found in Gonzales-Saravia’s car, investigators believe he is from El Salvador and may have ties to New York City. His last known residence was on Terry Drive in Derwood about a month ago.

He had worked with a Gaithersburg landscaping company for the last two or three months, according to police.

Police asked anyone with information about relatives of Gonzales-Saravia to call detectives at 240-773-6620.

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