Lenny B. Robinson, killed in a car accident, dies at 51

  Dead Famous

Dead, Lenny B. Robinson of Owings Mills was checking the engine of his Batmobile while standing in the fast lane of eastbound I-70 Sunday night when the car with hit by a Toyota Camry.
Authorities say a man known for visiting hospitalized children dressed as Batman died in a crash on a western Maryland highway after his Batmobile had engine trouble.
The driver of the Camry was not injured.

The crash occurred around 10:30 p.m. near the unincorporated community of Big Pool.
Lenny was known for traveling in costume to hospitals in the Baltimore-Washington area and gained national attention in 2012 when dashcam video surfaced of police pulling him over on Route 29 while he was driving his Batmobile, which at the time was a silver Lamborghini.

The Washington Post reported in 2012 that Robinson, who earned a fortune in the cleaning business, spent more than $25,000 of his own money on Batman-related items every year, including toys, T-shirts and books he gave away to kids. Sometimes he would visit hospitals with his teenage son playing Robin.