A man was killed Monday morning at a rock quarry in 5400 block of Kirby Road around 10 a.m. in Clinton. Few details are available; check back for updates.
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Just after 2:00 p.m., a southbound Jeep on Cedar Lane driven by Ethan Kirshenbaum, 24, entered the northbound lanes for an unknown reason and collided with an oncoming Toyota, which was then struck by a northbound Mazda.
Shortly before 7:00am, a westbound semi-truck on Route 404 near Church Lane veered into oncoming traffic, side-swiped another semi-truck and finally crashed head-on into yet another semi. Two men that were driving semis and one female passenger have died in the crash.
Corey Eugene Hall was driving on U.S. 40 at Pleasant Walk Road early in the monring when he swerved into the westbound lanes, struck a guardrail, and was launched into the air. The car landed in a ditch, and Hall sustained fatal injuries. The accident is still under investigation.
A car hit a two-year-old on the way to a family gathering and killed the toddler. Police said the child stepped out in front of the vehicle and was hit along the 1400 blocks of Early Oaks Lane in Chapel Oaks Saturday night. The name of the child has not been released.
Two people were killed in a wrong-way collision on Interstate 70 in Washington County near Clear Spring early Thursday. A Buick Century heading westbound in the eastbound fast lane collided with a Buick Lacrosse head-on.
A 33-year-old woman was attempting to cross the highway of Branch Avenue at about 12:30am when she was hit by a police cruiser. The woman sustained critical injuries in the accident and remains in the hospital.
On Tuesday afternoon, 82-year-old Sonia Greenspon of Baltimore was driving near the 6400 block of Cross Country Boulevard when her car struck a tree. She was transported to the hospital, where she later died. No one else was involved. Greenspon later died at a hospital.
Around 5 a.m. a garbage truck was heading south in the 11300 block of Edmonston Road near Baltimore Pike when the driver of a Chevrolet Impala left their lane and collided with the truck head-on. The driver of the Impala was pronounced dead at the site.
Rodney Todd, 36, and his 7 children ages 6 to 15 were discovered dead on Monday, apparently of carbon monoxide poisoning in their home on Antioch Avenue in on Monday. Princess Anne Police said Tuesday that they died in their beds, most likely in their sleep.
A Metrobus was rear-ended by a dump truck just before 2 p.m. on New Hampshire Avenue and Tracey Drive. Ten people were taken to local hospitals, including one child. None of the injuries were deemed life-threatening.
James Edward Kendle was eastbound in a dump truck Wednesday morning on I-70 in lane two, when, for unknown reasons, the dump truck began to skid and veered to the right. It left the roadway, overturning and ejecting Kendle, who was not wearing a seat belt.
At around 9 a.m., Kevin Fleming and Mya Schawatza Hall attempted to get inside the gates of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade by ramming the gate with a vehicle.
On Monday morning, Maryland-National Capital Park police were called to the scene of an overturned SUV on the Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis Trail where it goes underneath the 8600 block of Race Track Road after someone reported hearing screams.
The collision happened Friday afternoon in Marion Station, in Somerset County on the lower Eastern Shore. Andrea Joyner, 15, of Crisfield was killed, and her mother, Patricia Joyner, 38, was airlifted to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.
At approximately 8:25 a.m. Thursday, on Medford Road at Stone Chapel Road, a Ford Econoline bus driven by Ginger Gallagher, 51, of Westminster, was crossing Medford Road when it was hit by a vehicle driven by Robert Tyson Jr., 62, of New Windsor.
Ninety-three year old Edwin Thomas Klunk Jr was killed Tuesday night when a tractor-trailer traveling eastbound on Eastern Avenue made a wide U-turn to go westbound.
81-year-old Ernest Malvin Rounds was struck by 44-year-old Hector Cortes-Nestor at University Boulevard and Arcola Avenue about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday morning while attempting to cross the intersection. Whether or not the pedestrian was in a crosswalk remains under investigation.
A crash occured in west Baltimore at around 5:30 p.m., after a car that was being pursued by police struck another vehicle. Police detained the driver they were pursuing, and the driver of the other vehicle recieved medical attention. No other information has been released.
Authorities have reported that a man is dead after a vehicle collision early Sunday morning. A report of a crash was called in when authorities arrived and saw that a man had been thrown from his vehicle, and was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
Authorities report one has been injured and three vehicles have been involved in an accident after a driver fell asleep while driving their vehicle Sunday morning. Authorities are reporting that a 71-year-old man was rear-ended by a 20-year-old woman that had fallen asleep at the wheel.
One man died and several people were injured in a multi-vehicle collision on Route 50 in Anne Arundel County Saturday.
Larry Donnell Hinson, 22, was driving on Branch Avenue around 8:30 p.m. when an officer pulled him over for driving without headlights. Hinson instead sped off, striking an officer in the process. That officer and two others then followed and attempted to catch him.
Officers responded to a crash early Friday near state Route 202 in the Cheverly area. Witnesses told police that a Lincoln hit a Ford Mustang, sending the Mustang off the road, where it rolled and caught fire, killing the driver inside.
Authorities have arrested a driver who police said hit and killed an officer in Temple Hills, Maryland. Authorities have charged 22-year-old Larry Donnell Hinson with first and second degree assault on a police officer, vehicular theft, and several other offenses.