UPDATE: All three patients who were involved in the crash have been transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for further treatment.

LEXINGTON PARK, Md. — We are receiving reports this evening of a motor vehicle crash that has reportedly resulted in multiple injuries.

At approximately 6:45 p.m. on October 18, first responders were dispatched to the 21000 block of Three Notch Road, in the area of Hermanville Road, for a reportedly serious crash involving three vehicles.

Upon arrival, crews located a total of three vehicles involved in a crash. Two vehicles remained in the roadway, while one had reportedly gone off the road.

There was reportedly no entrapment at the scene.

EMS made contact with a total of three patients who were involved in the crash, all of which initially appeared to have sustained injuries.

A total of three ambulances were requested to the scene. As of 7:15 p.m., two of those patients have been transported to a nearby hospital for additional treatment.

The road is temporarily shut down while the scene is being cleared.

This is a developing story. We will continue to provide additional details as they are made available.

Contact our news desk at news@thebaynet.com

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  1. When does this stuff end? This is everyday many times a day here in River City. People are driving like it’s Cannonball Run. These are people who, if you meet them. they seem normal and engaging. When they get behind the wheel, they turn into road racers. It seems like a type of insanity.

  2. Maryland has become a state where crazy high speed drivers can do whatever they want.

    I get aggressively tailgated every day while I am already going the maximum speed limit– I see cars weaving dangerously through traffic going well above the speed limit– numerous times a day, every day.

    And I see very little enforcement.

    I grew up in Maryland from age 10 and then left in my 20s, the driving on Maryland roads was much safer back then. Not without problems or accidents but much safer than it is now.

    Then I moved back to Maryland in my 50s and the constant speeding and constant dangerous, aggressive weaving and tailgating on Maryland roads was a real shock to me.
    What a change.

  3. Nothing new. It happens everywhere everyday in any city and state. What rock did you climb out from under? SMDH!

  4. Can anybody down there drive??!!! It’s long overdue for more serious consequences to those who cause these crashes! A $3,000 – $5,000 fine and a suspension of their license for 30 days (depending on the severity of the crash if it was not a medical emergency)…

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