• February 09, 2023

Motorcyclist Killed in Crash with School Bus on Brandywine Rd in Prince George’s County, MD

Prince George's County, MD — February 8, 2023, a motorcyclist died in a fiery collision with a school bus on Brandywine Road in Prince George's County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 4:30 p.m. on the 11200 block of Brandywine near Willow Way. The cause and circumstances of the wreck aren't yet known, but preliminary information suggests a motorcycle and a school bus collided in the area for unknown reasons. After the impact the school bus reportedly caught fire but its occupants escaped without injury.

The motorcyclist was fatally injured in the crash.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.

It seems like authorities still have plenty of work to do finding out exactly what happened here, but currently there doesn't seem to be much to say except to acknowledge how terrible it is to see a life was lost. Maybe in the end investigators will find a simple explanation for that, but whatever is learned I think it's important to get clear answers for the people who need and deserve them. Hopefully that's what authorities will bring them before all is said and done.

Motorcyclist Killed in Crash with School Bus on Brandywine Rd in Prince George's County, MD
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