A little girl has died from the injuries she received after a two-car collision near Cobb Island. Courtesy of somdnews.com, two children were passengers in a red 2000 Mercury Sable. The two children, ages one and two, were both injured when the car’s driver lost control of the vehicle, it veered across the double yellow center line and then crashed into a 2010 Toyota Camry head on. The Mercury was headed west on Rock Point Road while the Camry was headed east.
The little girl who sustained life-threatening injuries was air transported by helicopter to Washington D.C. to the National Children’s Medical Center. According to Maryland State Police Sergeant Kristle Rossignol the two-year-old girl died some time later. Her death was attributed to head trauma from the force of the collision.
The one-year-old girl and the driver of the Mercury were also transported by helicopter to Washington Hospital Center. According to Rossignol, their injuries were not considered to be life-threatening. The driver of the Toyota Camry sustained non-life-threatening injuries as well and was transported to Civista Medical Center for care. A passenger in the Toyota was treated and released at the scene.
The Charles County auto accident attorneys at the firm of Alpert Schreyer know that many car accidents are not true accidents at all. They are the fault of the negligence or carelessness of another. If you have been injured, or if a loved one has died in a Maryland car crash, contact the Charles County auto accident lawyers at Alpert Schreyer. We will help you obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Call us at (844) 632-7274 to learn more.