Two Injured After Serious T-Bone Collision In Lexington Park

LEXINGTON PARK, Md. –  On November 30, 2022 at approximately 5:51 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to a serious motor vehicle accident on Hermanville Road in the area of Sewell Road. 

Crews arrived and found two vehicles involved in a T-bone collision with one occupant reportedly trapped. Firefighters quickly extricated the patient. 

EMS evaluated a total of four patients on the scene. 

All three patients were transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital.

We will continue to provide updates as they become available.  

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  1. So this will be the 7th accident I have seen on Hermanville this year! Had to turn around and go the other way. A couple school buses hit this year with kids on them and too many cars! Maybe just maybe we need speed cameras in St. Mary’s. It would stop all the light running and speeding done roads with 35mph speed limits. Once again the commissioners are failing the people. But I am sure the powers that be on the base are pulling strings to make sure cameras stay far away.

    1. Oh lawd, another conspiracist!!! Your logic is brilliant and knows no bounds. You think “powers that be” on base control law enforcement resourcing off base? Perhaps you should run for the Sherriff’s office so you can show everyone in the county how it’s done.

      1. Yes without the base st.marys would be a ghost town. Never doubt the influence of government, you sound clueless, a lot happens behind closed doors.

  2. My 15 year old nephew was killed at the End of Hermanvilles road where Blimpies at. People loves to speed thru that traffic light. Have respect for the cars that need to make a left turn at the light onto Hermanvilles going North at the light to Blimpies.

  3. My 15 year old nephew was killed at the light at Blimpies IN June of this year. Several accidents has happened there with lives taken so soon. Please slowed down it’s not A RACETRACK.

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