Nissan Collides with Guardrail on Hallowing Point Road Resulting In Death
The Maryland State Police are investigating a tragic crash that occurred early this morning in Calvert County. Just before 12:45 a.m., police were called out to the 1800 block of Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick, where a motor vehicle crash had been reported. According to initial reports, a 2007 Nissan Maxima was eastbound on Hallowing Point Road when it drifted to the right and subsequently struck the barrier of the guardrail. The car continued off of the road, overturned and then impacted a tree on the shoulder of Hallowing Point Road. Sadly, the driver of the car Shamia Saree Robinson from Huntingtown, Maryland did not survive and was declared dead at the scene. The front passenger of the Nissan, 25-year-old was taken to the University of Maryland Capitol Regional Medical Center and luckily, no other injuries were reported. The Prince Frederick Barrack is looking for more information in regards to this accident and asks that anyone with information to call 410-535-1400. Investigators are still working hard to determine what caused this crash.
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