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Driver fails to control speed causing severe crash, injuring 12

Driving while under the influence is not only dangerous, but it can be a deadly decision for one to make. An impaired driver can cause accidents injuring or even killing themselves or other vehicle occupants. In a recent Maryland crash, such an event has reportedly happened. 

Driver's failure to halt at stop sign causes Maryland crash

Failing to stop at a stop sign is a very dangerous choice, not only for the driver and his or her passengers, but also for others in or near the roadway. Unfortunately, these road signs are often the scenes of many severe accidents. A recent Maryland crash was apparently caused by a driver's decision to speed through a stop sign, causing serious injury to an elderly couple.

Failure to maintain lane causes Maryland head-on crash

Learning of any accident, no matter how severe, can leave a Maryland resident upset. Learning that a motorist caused a head-in crash by failing to stay in the correct lane is horrifying. Just such an incident has reportedly happened on a recent afternoon, killing one and severely injuring another.

Serious crash shuts down vital route in Ocean City for hours

The southern area of Maryland is home to many forms of wildlife that attract nature lovers and camping enthusiasts alike, especially the Assateague Island wildlife refuge. Because of its location, there are limited routes on and off the island, and when a serious crash occurs, it can result in visitors being stranded. One recent wreck halted traffic for hours while officials worked to assist the injured and clear the scene.

Woman suffers serious injuries in crash between vehicle and bike

Ocean City, Maryland, sees a great influx of visitors every summer from all walks of life. As a result, the quiet streets in the off-season are transformed into heavily traveled thoroughfares when the tourist season is in full swing. Unfortunately, the congested roads come with an increased risk of being involved in a crash.

Studies show some technology may decrease serious car accidents

Americans have a strong love for freedom and independence, and one of the most prominent symbols of those ideals is the automobile. However, over time, these machines have also destroyed countless lives due to tragic and often preventable car accidents. Many Maryland families have had their lives forever changed in the aftermath of these horrifying collisions.

Maryland car crash results in death of man

The majority of states have passed a version of the Move-Over law that requires motorists to either move into the far lane or slow down whenever they encounter an emergency vehicle or other potentially unsafe situation on the shoulder of the highways. However, many drivers may not bother to take evasive actions when a vehicle is disabled along the road. Unfortunately, one man has died after a Maryland crash occurred along the shoulder of a local route.

Firefighter latest victim in string of traffic accidents in 2017

By its nature, fighting fires is a hazardous occupation when compared with the duties of a tow truck driver. However, for one unfortunate fire fighting lieutenant, his job with a towing company led to him being the latest victim in a string of Maryland traffic accidents. According to the police, he is the 15th person to die in 2017 in Cecil County.

New evidence in the Venus Williams wrongful death lawsuit

The ongoing story of the wrongful death lawsuit lodged against tennis star Venus Williams continues to garner headlines. Some people are troubled by how she is still playing in a tennis tournament while the lawsuit is pending. Others believe that she is simply doing her job as a tennis pro and that she has the right to continue to work since she has not been charged with a crime.

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