One Transported After A Serious Head-On Collision In Leonardtown

LEONARDTOWN, Md. – On July 13, at approximately 9:08 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to a serious motor vehicle accident at intersection of Point Lookout Road and Washington Street. 

Crews arrived on the scene and found a two-vehicle motor vehicle accident, with one subject trapped with injuries.  Firefighters extracted the patient in about 20 minutes.

The patient was turned over to EMS on the scene and transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital. 

One Transported After A Serious Head-On Collision In Leonardtown

Southbound Point Lookout Road was shut down at the intersection for a short period of time, police directed traffic around the collision. 

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One Transported After A Serious Head-On Collision In Leonardtown

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  1. SMCSO you must start slowing the traffic down. I need to get to places just as bad as the other people, but it is out of control. Maybe not in this case but in most speed is the biggest factor. Aggressive driving and tailgating are rampant. I see people running red lights, with a patrol vehicle in another lane at the same light, they do nothing.

    1. Cell phones are biggest cause with others distractions are the biggest cause of accidents. Always watch out for the other driver🍀

      1. Cell phones are a problem, yes, but nearly half the drivers on Maryland highways now break the speed limits every day. Plus I almost always get tailgated when I am going the speed limit. It’s out of control and dangerous.

  2. Speed and stop light cameras are a force multiplier. Can effectively monitor traffic for violations. LEO’s can then be able to respond to violent crime.

  3. No, it’s a lack of lane discipline. If your going to go slow stay out of the left lane. And if your going to exit the roadway don’t procrastinate until the last possible second

  4. y’all ought to live in Park Pines – posted 15 mph speed limit and it’s like the frickin’ indy 500 down this road – pathetic! it won’t be long before someone is seriously injured or killed – and with people walking with their baby strollers and pets, it’s just a matter of time.

    1. There should never be a speed limit slower than a human being can run. 25 is slow enough to safely stop in the event of an obstacle.

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