SMCSO UPDATE – On Sunday, July 10, 2022 at approximately 2:56 am, deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Point Lookout Road and Pin Cushion Road in Loveville for the report of a serious motor vehicle crash. Officers arrived on scene and determined that one vehicle crashed into the Pax Lounge Hookah and Bar with the operator ejected from the vehicle. Due to the severity of the crash, members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Collision Reconstruction Unit were contacted.  

Preliminary investigation determined that a silver 2009 Mercury Sable, operated by Jessica Marie Myres, age 27 of Mechanicsville, failed to negotiate a turn in the roadway. The vehicle left the roadway, became airborne and then landed into the unoccupied building. Myres was transported to an area trauma center with incapacitating injuries.  

At this time, speed appears to be a contributing factor in the crash.  

Anyone with information in regard to the collision is asked to contact Sgt. Sheena Tirpak at 301-475-4200, ext. 78051 or by email at sheena.tirpak@stmarysmd.com.    

LEONARDTOWN, Md. — Overnight, around 3:00 a.m., Rescue Squad 2 and the Fire Chief were alerted to Point Lookout Road, in the area of Pin Cushion Road for reports of a motor vehicle accident with one person trapped after crashing into a building.

Chief 1 arrived on the scene first, and confirmed the dispatched information and established the command. The building struck was identified as The Pax Lounge on the corner of the road.

Other fire departments arrived and went to work stabilizing the vehicle, forcing entry to the structure, and gaining access to the patient.

The patient was not trapped in the vehicle but was in the structure and was suffering from serious injuries.

The patient was checked by EMS for about 15 minutes and the patient was subsequently flown by Maryland State Police Trooper 7 to a shock trauma center.

Additional units were called to assist with collapse resources, to assess the damage to the structure. It is unclear how much structural damage was sustained as a result of the crash.

Firefighters returned to quarters by approximately 4:15 a.m.

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

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6 Comments

  1. It would be awesome if this dump could be demolished, never to reopen again. Everything that has opened there has caused nothing but trouble for the surrounding residences.

  2. Did she “Party Hardy” again? Looks like her luck run out…..or run in the building, which ever! Lucky she made it out of there alive. When will idiots learn, sooner or later your luck runs out!

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