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Maryland crash between van and truck results in 12 injured

Safety while driving can often be taken for granted because driving is essential for the daily activities of many Maryland residents. Cell phones, children, signs along the road and other drivers can often distract drivers from maintaining safety at all times. One recent two-vehicle crash has resulted in injuries for 12 people.

Maryland head-on crash injures 6 individuals

A motor vehicle crash can change lives in an instant. Victims of car accidents usually are unaware of the changes in the quality of life that may be experienced following a collision. Not only are collisions an unfortunate inconvenience, but they can result in property damage, injury and/or death. The cost of medical treatment may result in short or long-term financial stress. Several injured individuals in Maryland have been recently plunged into the stressful aftermath of an unfortunate head-on crash.

Maryland man killed in drunk driving accident

Despite well-documented research and media outlets recounting sad tragedies, drivers continue to drive impaired on a daily basis. Fortunately, some may never harm another person, but the choice often does result in serious injuries or death of anyone involved in a drunk driving accident. Recently, a Maryland community was shocked and saddened by the loss of a man after he was struck by an impaired driver.

Car accidents: Off-duty officer killed protecting crash victim

In recent years, the reputation of law enforcement has suffered throughout the United States. Despite the negative media, most law enforcement officers are considered heroes for risking their lives every day to protect and serve their communities. One Maryland off-duty officer recently displayed heroism when he stopped to assist a crash victim. Unfortunately, it was the first of three car accidents, and he was sadly killed in the process. 

Maryland car accidents can end in tragedy

The urge to drive just a little faster can be overpowering. Perhaps the Maryland resident is running late for work or in just in a hurry to get home. Regardless of the reason, speed limits are in place to keep drivers safe. When drivers choose to disregard these speed limits, car accidents are often the result.

School bus driver causes Maryland crash

Although school bus drivers are trusted to get students to and from school, accidents do happen. Some accidents are no fault of the driver, but unfortunately, some drivers are found culpable. In a recent Maryland crash, a school bus driver was found at fault for reportedly speeding, which caused a severe accident that injured five. 

Suspected drunk driver crosses line, causes head-on crash

The choice to get behind the wheel while under the influence may seem like such a small one. Drinking and driving puts the driver's life at risk, as well as the lives of all others nearby. Recently, one driver's decision altered the lives of many when he allegedly caused a Maryland head-on crash.

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.

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