Sunday, February 3, 2013
Preliminary information indicates that one vehicle was involved.
An accident reportedly involving one vehicle closed eastbound traffic lanes on Route 50 shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday. The accident occurred past exit 21 for Interstate 97, according to the State Highway Association. The lane closure occurred near the exit for Route 665 for Aris T. Allen Boulevard, where the helicopter reportedly landed. Witnesses reported seeing at least one victim airlifted at the scene. By 2 p.m., all lanes were reopened. Patch will provide updates as additional information becomes available.
Monday, September 10, 2012
A car caught on fire the intersection of Route 50 and Route 450 early Monday morning killing one person and leaving another person critically injured.
UPDATE (5:20 p.m.)—One man is dead and a woman is critically injured after the truck they were in struck a guardrail, overturned and caught on fire at the intersection of Route 50 and Route 450 in Annapolis early Monday morning, according to Anne Arundel County fire officials. Firefighters arrived on scene early Monday morning to discover a 2006 GMC pickup "fully engulfed with fire" around 12:48 a.m., said fire department spokesman Keith Hamilton. The car was traveling eastbound on Route 50 when the driver took the exit for Route 450, but the truck crashed through the guardrail and then caught on fire. Maryland State Police identified the man as Brian Jonelis, 33, of Annapolis, but the woman's name has not yet been released. The impact …
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
An accident on the evening of Jan. 3 closed down Route 50 and two patients were transported to shock trauma by state police helicopter.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Two people suffered life threatening injuries on Monday after their vehicle rolled over and one person was ejected around 9 p.m on Route 50 west near I-97 south, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. Both east and westbound lanes of Route 50 were closed as state police landed a helicopter on the roadway at the scene of the accident to transport the patients — a 40-year-old woman and a 50-year-old man — to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Reporting by Patch Regional Editor Stephanie Burke. Patch will provide additional details about this incident as they become available. Updated — On the evening of Jan. 4, Eye on Annapolis reported that the 40-year-old woman died at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.