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(Prince Frederick, Maryland) – On September 15, 2020 at approximately 6:29 p.m., troopers
from the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick Barrack responded to a personal injury motor vehicle
crash on Hallowing Point Road at Adelina Road in Prince Frederick.
A preliminary investigation indicates that a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado was traveling westbound
on Hallowing Point Road when it struck the rear of a 2005 Dodge Caravan as it was preparing to turn
left from westbound Hallowing Point Road onto Adelina Road. That impact forced the Dodge
Caravan into the eastbound lanes of Hallowing Point Road where it was struck by a 2009 Ford Crown
Victoria, which was traveling eastbound on Hallowing Point Road. After the initial collision, the 
Chevrolet Silverado also continued into the eastbound lanes where it struck a 2013 Chrysler 200,
which was traveling behind the Ford Crown Victoria.
The operator of the Dodge Caravan suffered life-threatening injuries and was transported by
ambulance to Calvert Health Medical Center for initial treatment before being flown by Maryland
State Police Aviation Command Helicopter Trooper 7 to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
in Baltimore for continued care. The operator of the Chevrolet Silverado and the Ford Crown Victoria
were transported by ambulance to Calvert Health Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening
injuries.
Investigators conducted multiple interviews and are continuing to collect evidence. At this
time, the cause of this crash is still under investigation. At the conclusion of the investigation, the case
will be presented to the Calvert County State’s Attorney’s Office for review.
Prince Frederick Barrack personnel were assisted on scene by deputies from the Calvert County
Sheriff’s Office as well as personnel from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway
Administration and Calvert County State’s Attorney’s Office.
This investigation is ongoing. Anyone who may have witnessed or who has information
regarding this collision is asked to contact the Prince Frederick Barrack Duty Officer at (410) 535-
1400 and reference case number 20-MSP-34098. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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