CALIFORNIA, Md. — We are receiving reports this evening of a multi-vehicle crash that has sent multiple people to the hospital.

At approximately 5:00 p.m. on December 8, first responders were called to the intersection of Three Notch Road and Chancellors Run Road for a reported crash involving four vehicles and possible entrapment.

Upon arrival, crews located four vehicles involved in the crash, all of which were still in the roadway.

EMS made contact with one adult and one juvenile patient who were in need of addition medical treatment.

A MEDEVAC helicopter from the Maryland State Police Aviation was called to make the transports.

Both patients were transported to the MSPAC hangar, where they were flown to a nearby trauma center.

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

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  1. Plain and simple the truck was going way too fast/not paying “full time & attention” to driving. Maybe we need to get speed camaras and start enforcing the speed limit. Hope they hang the driver of the truck. Maybe Schwinn should be his/her next ride.

    1. Yessssss! It’s 45 mph through here and most go 60!!! It needs to stop! Traffic cameras will fix the problem! It’s done in PG and it works!

    2. So you saw the pickup mash the other 3 cars into each other? Did you provide a statement to responding officers?

      1. Look at the picture, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what happened
        Common sense goes a long way

      2. The driver of the red truck was very much at fault, and was also arrested at the scene for pulling a knife on the tow truck driver… I’m sure it was all just a big misunderstanding and your friend is actually a lovely gentleman.

  2. look at me, look at me, I drive a truck because I need one, I work and do cool stuff, I’m tough…
    but a prius would be fine 99% of the time

  3. Also, some people who go down this road act like they are at the raceway. Very dangerous and annoying.

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