The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Tuesday morning lifted the boil water advisory in southern Prince George’s County. Here’s what you now need to do.
Callers to WTOP’s Traffic Center reported seeing a geyser of water shooting more than a dozen feet into the air and spraying small debris across the roadway in both directions.
With poster board-sized pictures of wrecked cars and bumper sticker-sized car magnets with the message #DrivingItHome, Prince George’s County Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker and Fire Chief Benjamin Barksdale helped launch the countywide initiative at Oxon Hill High School on Friday.
After one of the D.C. region’s deadliest roads got a speed camera, some residents and law enforcement officials in Prince George’s County, Maryland, are pushing for more.
Around 11 p.m., police responded to a crash on Route 210 at Berry Road. One man died on the scene. Three other adults were transported to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
So far in 2019, the department has handed out more than 3,000 tickets along Route 210. Ten thousand tickets were issued in all of last year.
Authorities say 27-year-old Thomas Hawks, of White Plains, Maryland was driving under the influence on his way home from a Redskins game when he crashed into the Mejia family’s car on the evening of Dec. 30.
Prince George’s County police responded to Route 210 in Acoceek around 12 a.m. and found Cpl. Patrick “P.J.” Mann, a Charles County officer, dead inside his car.
Prosecutors indicate the 27-year-old Charles County man was driving drunk after leaving a Washington Redskins game on the night of the Dec. 30 crash.
Prince George’s County police said that two people were taken to the hospital by ambulance and two were taken by helicopter.
There are still no charges for the person suspected of driving under the influence and speeding on Indian Head Highway in Oxon Hill, Maryland, causing a crash that killed three children late last year. Meanwhile, police and lawmakers are promising to do more to make the notorious state road safer.
Three young siblings died in a multiple-car collision after a suspected drunken driver rear-ended them on Indian Head Highway — a notoriously dangerous road that has claimed the lives of about 60 people over 10 years.
Three children were confirmed dead in a “tragic” three-vehicle crash in Oxon Hill, Maryland, Sunday night. Two adults were also injured in the crash.
Speed camera ticketing is now in effect along Indian Head Highway at Old Fort Road. The decision comes as traffic fatalities along the busy stretch in Prince George’s County — known as one of the deadliest corridors in the region — continue to occur.
At least five people were injured, including two children, after a cement truck overturned onto a car in a crash on Indian Head Highway in Fort Washington, Maryland.
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