• May 06, 2022

1 Killed in Garbage Truck Rollover Accident on Route 410 in Prince George’s County, MD

Prince George's County, MD -- May 5, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a garbage truck overturned along Route 410.

Authorities said that the crash took place at around 2:40 p.m. along Route 410 in the area of US Route 1.

According to officials, an incident somehow occurred in which a garbage truck overturned. Doing so, the truck landed on a person. It's unclear who that person was or if they were on or in the truck prior to the incident.

Due to the accident, that person succumbed to fatal injuries. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Garbage Truck Rollover Accident on Route 410 in Prince George's County

Prince Georges County, MD Garbage Truck Accident Route 410

It's not clear exactly who the victim was, if they were working with the truck, or how this accident even happened. With all of the complex hurdles surrounding work accidents, not to mention the restrictive standards of Contributory Negligence in Maryland, getting clear answers will no doubt be crucial in understanding what can be done for the victim's loved ones. Was this a work accident? Was the victim a pedestrian minding their business? Was it the driver? Did the truck overturn due to operator error, or was there a collision? Maybe authorities are just withholding information until they know more, but perhaps this is a sign the crash needs to be handled by more experienced investigators.


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