wrong way crash
Maryland State Police say two people are dead after a wrong-way crash on Interstate 70 in Washington County.
State police say a Maryland woman was killed after her car was struck head-on by a pickup truck going the wrong direction on Sussex Highway in Bridgeville.
We now know the identity of a police officer involved in a crash that sent two children to the hospital in Anne Arundel County.
It’s a growing problem in Maryland and across the country. Drivers who get on the road going the wrong way causing horrendous head-on car crashes. WJZ investigates a problem so bad the National Transportation Safety Board is taking action.
An elderly woman is facing charges after driving in the opposite direction on Route 50 and causing a major accident. Three people are still recovering at Shock Trauma.
Authorities say two people were killed in a head-on collision on Crain Highway in Charles County.
Authorities say a Maryland man is charged with reckless endangerment and driving under the influence of alcohol after a wrong-way crash on a New York City highway.
The pastor counseling the family of a three-year-old girl killed by a wrong-way driver says her family is still grief-stricken.
Just days after a wrong-way crash killed a 3-year-old and put her mother in critical condition, the community is coming together in their honor. The little girl’s father is mourning her death and trying to care for her infant sister while their mother remains in the hospital.
We now know what caused a deadly wrong-way crash along I-97 back in June. A driver, drunk behind the wheel, was going south in the northbound lanes. It happened in the same spot where another drunk driver killed four people in January.
Wrong-way crashes kill five people in five months along one stretch of highway in Anne Arundel County. Drivers along I-97 are on high alert.