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Topic - Mark Brady
Six people, including four children, were seriously injured after the car they were riding in struck a tree, Price George's County police said Sunday.
A 33-year-old man was killed in a head-on collision on the Suitland Parkway on Wednesday night.
Prince George's County police are investigating the circumstances of a fatal shooting after a gunshot victim was dropped off at a Capitol Heights fire station early Friday.
A 25-year-old man was in critical condition after the car he was driving was hit by a train.
Two fires in neighboring homes have been ruled suspicious, a Prince George's County fire department spokesman said Monday.
A 28-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with the making of two small pipe bombs, one of which detonated on the porch of a College Park home on Tuesday causing minor damage.
No students or staff were injured in a fire at a Seabrook elementary school Monday morning, officials said.
It was a propane-fueled smoker, not the much derided deep fryer, that turned Thanksgiving dinner into a tragedy for a Laurel family, authorities said.
One person was seriously injured Tuesday afternoon in a single car crash on the Beltway in Prince George's County.
Two people were killed and three others injured in a multiple-vehicle wreck in Prince George’s County Monday afternoon, fire officials said.
A handful of roads were closed due to high water or downed trees Monday afternoon as Hurricane Sandy moved into the D.C. area, though the storm was expected to wreak far more havoc on the region into Tuesday.
A tractor trailer carrying a shipment of chicken nuggets overturned Wednesday on the Beltway, leading to the closure of the outer lanes of the roadway as officials worked to clean up diesel from the spill.
The Greenbelt Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad was forced to start borrowing equipment this weekend after the second of its two fire engines was damaged in a car crash.
The Prince George's County fire department said a Glenarden family of five was taken to a hospital after being exposed to carbon monoxide.
George's County Fire/EMS spokesman Mark Brady said that suicide has not been ruled out.
Mr. Brady said helicopters could not be used to transport the victims because of weather conditions.