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Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County Police: Two men seriously injured in a car collision on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard

Two men were transported to Shock Trauma Saturday morning with serious injuries after they were involved in a car crash on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard near Oakleigh Avenue in Ferndale, Anne Arundel County police said.

Officers arrived at the scene of the collision around 6:07 a.m. at Rt. 648 near Oakleigh Avenue. Traffic investigators said a preliminary investigation discovered that the driver of a 2019 Volkswagen GTI rear-ended a 2014 Honda while the two cars were traveling northbound on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard. The Honda then left the roadway and struck a telephone pole and the Volkswagen crossed over the southbound travel lanes and stopped in an embankment, police said.

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Donald James Hicks, 71, was driving the Volkswagen and James Leroy Condry, 77, was driving the Honda. Condry suffered injuries that are life-threatening, police said.

Condry was still in critical condition Monday morning, and Hicks was no longer in the shock trauma center, according to a hospital spokesman.

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Traffic investigations are investigating the crash. It is unknown if drugs or alcohol were factors in the collision.


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