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.
A single-vehicle crash on the Indian Head Highway Thursday morning sent two children flying from an SUV, the police said.
A Maryland man reported missing over the weekend was discovered Monday morning down an embankment off Indian Head Highway in Oxon Hill, Maryland, near his crashed vehicle, Maryland State Police said.
The Maryland Senate could vote on a bill that would authorize a single speed camera on Maryland Route 210 southbound at Old Fort Road on Monday.
Despite current and planned improvements on one of the region’s deadliest highways, Thursday’s fatal crash continues to elicit debate about speed cameras along Md. 210.
The fatal incident happened around 5:45 a.m. at the intersection of Md. 210 and Kerby Hill Road. Samira Jenkins, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Prince George’s County police identified the officer who was shot and killed on Wednesday as Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin. Police said Ramzziddin was off-duty but was killed “while stepping in to protect a woman in a domestic situation.”
A panel of Prince George’s County lawmakers in Annapolis could decide Wednesday whether to move forward with a bill that would place more speed cameras on Md. Route 210, also known as Indian Head Highway.
Residents who live along Maryland Route 210 are being promised improvements to reduce the high number of collisions and fatalities along the speed-plagued, crash-prone roadway.
Residents, police and politicians are brainstorming ways to make a notoriously dangerous road a little safer. Indian Head Highway has claimed the lives of about 60 people over 10 years, according to an analysis.
The motorcyclist was traveling on northbound Indian Head Highway when he struck the back of a car, Prince George’s County police say.
After a fatal crash on the Indian Head Highway early Friday, two observers say it’s time for a change of rules and attitudes on what one calls “the most dangerous roadway” in the area. Unfortunately, it seems there’s more than one problem.
A fatal overnight crash on Indian Head Highway halted traffic in both directions for hours Friday morning. Two men were killed, police said.
A crash on Indian Head Highway Friday morning in Prince George’s County sent six people to the hospital and closed both northbound and southbound lanes.
A woman was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Indian Head Highway early Friday morning.
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