St. Mary’s College of Md. president involved in car crash
Commissioner urges drivers to slow down that Jordan was in a car accident the previous week, “hit by a redlight runner. Her car was just totally demolished.
She praised her BMW for what it did, the air bags, all of the restraints. She had some facial problems and her right leg,” but she attended last Friday’s river concert at the college.
“She was very fortunate. You couldn’t even recognize the car, it was that badly damaged,” Guy said.
“Please pay attention, there’s no sense in running a red light,” he said. Slow down, watch what you’re doing. Pay attention,” he said.
Jordan did not respond to requests for comment this week, but a college spokesperson sent a statement via email confirming she was involved in the accident.
The college president “was transported to an area hospital for treatment of minor injuries,” the email states. “She was released later that day and is doing well. It is our understanding that the accident was caused when
St. Mary’s College of Maryland President Tuajuanda Jordan was involved in a car crash on Mervell Dean Road on July 18 when another motorist allegedly ran a red light. She was treated for minor injuries and released later that day.
St. Mary’s County Commission President Randy Guy (R) said at Tuesday’s commissioners meeting
“Slow down. Take the pedal off the metal a little bit and slow down. Think about the person next to you. They want to get home too. We don’t need to make everything the Brickyard 400 [car race] in St. Mary’s County everyday,” he said. another car failed to stop at a flashing red light.”
Commissioner Todd Morgan (R) advised drivers on Route 235 to drive more carefully.