Four in­jured in six-car col­li­sion on Route 210

The Washington Post Sunday - - COMMUTER -

Prince Ge­orge’s County po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing a col­li­sion in­volv­ing six cars that in­jured four peo­ple Fri­day on In­dian Head High­way, less than a mile from where three chil­dren were killed in a crash two weeks ago.

Po­lice spokes­woman Jen­nifer Donelan said four peo­ple were hos­pi­tal­ized fol­low­ing the in­ci­dent, which oc­curred just af­ter 9 p.m. near the in­ter­sec­tion of In­dian Head High­way and Liv­ingston Road.

The high­way was the site of a fa­tal crash Dec. 30 in which a pickup, driven by a man po­lice sus­pect was in­tox­i­cated, slammed into the back of an­other car. Three sib­lings, 5year-old twins and their 13month-old brother, were killed; the chil­dren’s par­ents were hos­pi­tal­ized for in­juries.

Prince Ge­orge’s of­fi­cials have pre­vi­ously asked Mary­land state leg­is­la­tors to ap­prove ad­di­tional safety mea­sures, in­clud­ing speed cam­eras and more street­lights, along the 13-mile high­way also known as Route 210.

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