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UPDATE – The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a collision in Lexington Park that killed a 15-year-old passenger.

On Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 6:09 pm, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the intersection of Route 235/Three Notch Road and Hermanville Road in Lexington Park after an on-duty deputy witnessed a motor vehicle collision there.

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Collision Reconstruction Unit responded to the scene to continue to the investigation. Preliminary investigation determined that a 2012 Ford Fusion, operated by Nathan Allen, age 20 of Lexington Park, was traveling southbound on Three Notch Road when the Ford Fusion collided with a 2016 Jeep Cherokee, operated by Ernest Hall, age 89 of St. Mary’s City.

Allen, the operator of the Ford Fusion, was flown to an area hospital for treatment and is expected to survive. A 15-year-old passenger in the vehicle was flown out to Washington Hospital Center for incapacitating injuries. Robert Proctor Jr., age 15 of Great Mills, was later declared deceased at the hospital.

A 20-year-old passenger in the Ford Fusion and Hall, the driver of the Jeep Cherokee, were both transported by ambulance for treatment.

At this time, excessive speed was identified as a contributing factor in the collision.

Anyone who witnessed the events leading up to the collision is asked to contact DFC Shawn Shelko at 301-475-4200, ext. 78147 or email shawn.shelko@stmarysmd.com.

LEXINGTON PARK, Md. — We are receiving reports of a serious crash in Lexington Park that has left multiple people with potential injuries.

At approximately 6:09 p.m. on June 14, first responders were called to the scene on Three Notch Road, in the area of Hermanville Road, for reports of a crash with patients potentially trapped.

Units arrived on the scene and discovered two vehicles which had been involved, one of which had gone off the roadway and came to rest in a ditch.

Crews located one patient trapped inside a vehicle that would need to be extricated, and one patient who was possibly not breathing.

First responders would work quickly to to free those trapped in the vehicle, and determined that the second patient was breathing. They had sustained serious injuries as a result of the crash.

EMS on the scene would call for a flyout from the Maryland State Police Aviation, to transport two of the patients to a nearby trauma center.

One other patient involved in the crash would be transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital by ground.

Expect heavy traffic delays in the area.

This is a developing story. We will continue to provide additional details as we receive them.

Contact our news desk at news@thebaynet.com

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20 Comments

  1. I saw this accident if it wasn’t for my friend i know it would be me. so sorry for them and what I saw..thank god for the rescue team

  2. Hopefully everyone will be alright. My prayer goes out to them. Yes there has been way too many accidents especially these past couple months in this area but there’s already a light so what else can be done to avoid all these people getting hurt??

  3. This breaks my heart. Ridiculous area between gate 2 and 3 where it turns into 235 Raceway…. I can hear it any given Friday/Saturday night and I’m not that close to the area. Coming up on this accident there was a mustang and a 3 wheel 2 seater, the 2 seater was darting in and out of traffic until it caught up to mustang and they started racing….. came up on the accident and obviously had to stop but COME ON…. That’s a 4 lane that turns quick to a 2 lane and no traffic signs stating as a warning to drivers, as if they’d pay attention if they’re racing anyhow. You’d think with gas prices so high these idiots would stop racing….

    1. The mustang and 3 wheeler you mentioned wasn’t the cars in the accident, it was a Ford Fusion and Jeep so what are you talking about

  4. If people learned how to drive this wouldn’t be an issue I’ve had people pull out right in front of me traveling down a highway and pull out and take off slow the police need to start citing these drivers that just have no respect for anyone else on the roads the one that put other lives in jeopardy because they don’t know how to drive or how to wait until they have the right of way!

  5. It’s about time this intersection gets a nice, big, traffic circle. Elected officials?…I hear an election is coming up.

  6. Mr. Hall is an 89 year old widower and a pillar in my community. For all of you who claims he was racing is outrageous. Get your facts straight before you condemn someone.

  7. Check the Maryland Judiciary Case Search for the driver. He shouldn’t even be driving according to his record. This is just so sad and unnecessary.

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