Maryland law requires drivers to move over one lane if a police or fire vehicle is pulled over on the side of the road. But now a new expansion of that law will apply to another common roadside vehicle.
Just five months ago, a Maryland State trooper was fighting for her life after she was struck by a car while assisting on a traffic stop. Now she’s back on the job and talking publicly about what happened for the first time.
Crackdown on the roads. State troopers are on the lookout for drivers in violation of the Move Over Law. This comes after several of their own have been injured by drivers who didn’t make room.
Move over! That’s the message from Maryland State Police to motorists! Starting Monday, state troopers will be out enforcing the state’s Move Over Law.
A promising young state trooper is fighting for her life. Jacqueline Kline was hit by a car while trying to help another trooper with a traffic stop. Now her family is speaking out.
Killed on the job. Police say it’s happening to too many emergency responders, despite a law in place to protect them.