Maryland State Police say two drivers were involved in Wednesday’s Baltimore Beltway crash that killed six highway workers. Investigators believe 54-year-old Lisa Lea of Randallstown was trying to change lanes at around 12:40 p.m. when her Acura struck the front passenger corner of a Volkswagen. Lea lost control of her car and went into the construction zone where she struck the workers. Twenty-year-old Volkswagen driver Melachi Brown of Windsor Mill stopped his disabled vehicle north of the accident. Lea was taken to Shock Trauma, Brown was not hurt. All six people on the road crew were dead at the scene. Charges are pending the outcome of the investigation and consultation with the Baltimore County State’s Attorney.