Sep 17, 2020
3 injured after multivehicle crash in Calvert County
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A multivehicle crash in Calvert County, Maryland, sent three people to the hospital Tuesday night, state police said.
It happened just before 6:30 p.m. on Hallowing Point and Adelina roads in Prince Frederick.
Maryland State Police said Richard Osborne Jr., 58, of Mechanicsville, was going westbound in a pickup truck on Hallowing Point Road when he struck the rear of a van driven by Houston Coleman, 69, of North Carolina.Coleman was getting ready to turn left from westbound Hallowing Point Road onto Adelina Road.
Coleman was then struck by a sedan driven by Irma Parks, 66, of Waldorf, after the van ended up in the eastbound lanes of Hallowing Point Road.
Osborne also continued into the eastbound lanes of Hallowing Point Road, hitting a sedan driven by Henry Farmer, 43, of Lusby. Farmer had been driving behind Parks, police said.
Coleman was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Osborne and Parks were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, police added.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
Anyone who has information about Tuesday night’s crash can call the Prince Frederick Barrack Duty Officer at (410) 535-1400 and reference case number 20-MSP-34098.
Below is the area where the crash happened.
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Bills rally to beat Rams 35-32 after blowing 25-point lead
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Josh Allen completed a 3-yard touchdown pass to tight Tyler Kroft with 15 seconds remaining, and the Buffalo Bills survived to beat the Los Angeles Rams 35-32 after squandering a 25-point lead on Sunday.
The Rams (2-1) were poised to match the third-largest comeback in NFL regular season history after Jared Goff led the team to touchdowns on four straight drives, capped by Darrell Henderson’s 1-yard run with 4:30 remaining.
Allen responded by marching the Bills (3-0) on an 11-play, 75-yard drive, which was extended by a pass interference penalty against Darious Williams on fourth-and-7 from the Rams 12. Williams interfered with intended receiver Gabriel Davis at the 3.
One play later, Allen rolled to his left and lobbed a pass over a Rams defender. Kroft made a leaping catch and secured the ball before tumbling to the ground, his second TD of the game. He earned additional playing time with starter Dawson Knox sidelined by a concussion.
Allen finished with four touchdown passes and scored on a 1-yard run. The third-year starter, however, contributed to the Rams’ comeback bid, with an interception and a lost fumble leading to Los Angeles touchdown drives.
Allen now has had a hand in 12 touchdowns, the most in team history through the first three games of the season. Hall of Famer Jim Kelly held the record of 10, set in 1991.
Buffalo has won its first three games in consecutive seasons, the first time the franchise has done that since 1991-92 and the third time overall.
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