• May 12, 2023

Man Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident on Oxon Hill Road in Prince George’s County, MD

Prince George's County, MD — May 12, 2023, a man sustained fatal injuries as the result of a tractor-trailer accident at around 3:50 a.m. along Oxon Hill Road.

Initial details about the fatal crash indicate that it happened in the area of the Oxon Hill Road (Highway 414) and Livingston Road intersection.

Man Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident on Oxon Hill Road in Prince George's County, MD

According to initial information released by Prince George's County Police officials, a car was traveling along the roadway when, for reasons which are still under investigation, it crossed paths and collided with a tractor-trailer. The exact factors leading up to the crash have not been confirmed at this time.

Due to the collision, a man from the car, identified only as the driver of the vehicle, had serious injuries. It appears EMS transported him to a hospital, but his injuries ultimately proved to be fatal. Reports at this time do not list any other injuries resulting from the crash. No additional information about the crash is available at this time pending further investigations.


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