Monday, May 13, 2013
Southbound lanes were closed temporarily after a car crashed into a tractor trailer near Governor's Bridge Road.
Update 2:45 p.m.: Southbound lanes on Route 301 have reopened to traffic, according to a spokesperson from Maryland State Police. Original Post: A car on Route 301 south in Bowie crashed into the back of a tractor trailer Monday afternoon, temporarily closing down all southbound lanes of the road, according to Prince George's County Fire Department spokesman Mark Brady. The accident occurred shortly after noon near the intersection of Route 301 and Governor's Bridge Road. The man driving the car was briefly entrapped and sustained minor injuries. "He was trapped in his car for a brief period of time and then transferred to an area hospital to be treated for injuries that were not life threatening," Brady said. There were no passengers in …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The crash occurred on eastbound Rt. 50 on the MD 197 offramp, according to the Prince George's County Fire Department.
Update, 6:55 p.m.: A man in his 30s sustained serious but not life threatening injuries after his vehicle overturned on the MD 197 ramp on eastbound Rt. 50 Tuesday evening, according to Prince George's County Fire Department spokesperson Mark Brady. The man was trapped in his vehicle for 15 to 20 minutes before being freed by emergency response personnel and sent to a nearby trauma center, said Brady. There was no passenger in the vehicle, Brady said there were no other vehicles involved in the crash and no other injuries reported. Original Story: Prince George’s County Fire Department (PGFD) is on the scene of a car accident in Bowie involving at least one vehicle on eastbound Rt. 50, according to PGFD spokesperson Mark Brady. The crash…
Monday, May 14, 2012
Damage to the store was minor and the driver has been transported to the hospital, according to officials.
A 30-year-old woman was transported to the hospital Monday, May 14 after crashing her vehicle into the AT&T store in the Bowie Town Center, according to Bowie Chief of Police John Nesky. According to the police reports, the driver was attempting to park her Mercedes in front of the store when the floor mat pushed the accelerator down, causing the vehicle move foward and strike a light pole and then the building. For more breaking news, follow Bowie Patch on Facebook and Twitter. The building was damaged slightly but not structurally and the driver was transported to the hospital for minor injuries, Nesky said.