LEXINGTON PARK, Md. – On December 16, 2022 at approximately 5:47 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to a serious motor vehicle accident on Great Mills Road in the area of South Shangri-La Drive.
Crews arrived and found two vehicles in the roadway with one overturned on its roof. No entrapment was reported, EMS assessed patients on the scene.
EMS transported one patient to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment. One care refusal was signed on the scene.
Expect traffic delays in the area.
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We need speed cameras. Some on this site think speed cameras are necessary to stop bad driving habits so we need one here.
Please point out the text from the article that indicates the cause of the crash was speeding.
I think the poster was being sarcastic.
Speed limit is 30 or 35 on that road, that car is upside down in case you missed that part
Speed is definitely a factor
I guess you missed the comparative size of the vehicles involved. But to answer the question I asked, there is nothing in the article that indicates speed was a factor.
I guess you missed the photographs of the vehicle completely upside down in a 30mph zone?
In other words, the article does not state that speed was a contributing factor.
You cannot be this dense
Here we go no ice on roads but they decided why not have an accident to start the weekend off
Camara’s both speed & stoplight will help. An accident that a vehicle ends up on its roof and the damage pictured to the other in the article says a lot. Prosecutors need to take a long look at these accidents and charge accordingly. DMV needs to start pulling a driver’s license when they are involved in wrecks like this.
Impressive. You gotta have talent to put one on its lid in such a low speed limit area. Congratulations!
Exactly, but you can’t tell bg dog that, he knows everything
“Anonymous says: December 18, 2022 at 8:53 am I guess you missed the photographs of the vehicle completely upside down in a 30mph zone?” So it is your contention then that the little gray car flipped over all by itself. Because you are clearly ignoring what it got hit by and that it doesn’t take a whole lot of speed to turn a car over. But, as usual, you take one fact–the car upside down–ignoring all others and draw a conclusion.
“Anonymous says: December 17, 2022 at 12:39 pm Speed limit is 30 or 35 on that road, that car is upside down in case you missed that part Speed is definitely a factor” This is your opinion.
So in other words, this is nazi germany and you’re the only one right and nobody else has an opinion?
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