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Posted on: February 26, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Police Investigate Collision Involving Three Vehicles

Officers responded to the area of Rosemont Avenue and Wilson Place for the report of a vehicle accident involving injury. Upon arrival, officers observed there to be multiple vehicles involved. During the course of the initial investigation, EMS determined that the injuries sustained by an involved party would require them to be transported to a local area trauma center. The collision caused a large area of Rosemont Avenue to be closed for several hours. 

 

The Frederick Police Department’s Crash Reconstruction Team responded to the scene to gather information and evidence. The investigation is ongoing at this time. 


Incident Type: Personal Injury Accident

Author of Release: Corporal Chris Prior 

Public Information Contact: Michelle Bowman 301-600-2091

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