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Annapolis Accident Sends Man To Shock Trauma

| February 27, 2011, 05:27 PM | 4 Comments

A two car accident on Bay Ridge Avenue Road in front on the McDonalds sent a 25 year old man to Baltimore Shock-Trauma by helicopter this afternoon and brought approximately 20 firefighters and medical personnel from Anne Arundel County and Annapolis City Fire Departments.

The vehicles involved were a Ford Explorer and a Toyota RAV-4. The Ford was turned on its side and the driver was extricated from the rear of the vehicle.

The driver of the Toyota appeared to be uninjured.

All traffic heading into the Annapolis neck was stopped at Hillsmere Drive. Traffic heading out was stopped at Georgetown Road, but drivers were cutting through the parking lot of the Main Ingredient as their one entrance was not blocked by emergency equipment.

 

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  1. Jim Leckinger says:

    It is Bay Ridge Road not Avenue.

  2. John Frenaye says:

    Will correct. Thanks

  3. Jennifer Abner says:

    I was the driver of the Toyota and according to the police report the driver of the other vehicle was 20years old without a license. What was his fate?

  4. John Frenaye says:

    I am not sure. I will check with APD and AFD to see what happened. Two days after the accident, they were not releasing any information. I am glad you are OK. Your car seemed to hold up very well.

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