Three-Car Crash Near Bay Bridge Fatally Injures One

Three-Car Crash Near Bay Bridge Fatally Injures OneOn Sunday afternoon, a three-car crash occurred in Annapolis, Maryland and caused one fatality. Around 2 pm, the fatal car accident took place near the Bay Bridge on Route 50 when a Ford Taurus that was speeding crossed the center line, hit a Toyota Camry, and then smacked into the side of a pickup truck. The 81-year-old driver of the Toyota who was from Arnold, Maryland succumbed to her fatal injuries after receiving medical treatment at the Shock Trauma unit. Both the driver and passenger of the Ford from Queenstown, Maryland sustained critical injuries while the passenger of the Toyota and the truck occupants incurred varied personal injuries. Police believe drug use contributed to the three-car crash.

Car accidents may occur for a variety of reasons including drowsy driving, distracted driving, speeding, and intoxicated driving. If drivers engage in any of these types of reckless driving, they may cause serious collisions with other vehicles that may leave motorists and passengers with a range of personal injuries as well as potential fatalities. Survivors may face debilitating injuries, mental trauma, and changes in the quality of their lives.

If you or your loved ones sustained personal injuries in a car accident, contact our Maryland car accident lawyers at LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton. Call us today at 800-547-4LAW (4529) or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.

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