(Oct. 11, 2013) Two motorists were taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury with non-life-threatening injuries Tuesday following a two-car crash that flipped one car on Route 50, Sgt. Adam Howard of the Maryland State Police Berlin Barrack said.
A Subaru traveling west on Route 50 collided with an eastbound car when it tried to make a left turn at the Grays Corner Road intersection around 11:30 a.m., witness Terry Parks said.
“Essentially, one vehicle made a left-hand turn in front of the other,” Howard said.
Crowds gathered to watch paramedics, firefighters and state police respond to the scene near Paddle House Outfitters. Officials rerouted westbound traffic as they cleaned up the scene, causing a small backup of cars.
Only the drivers were in the cars, and one was transported by Medevac and the other by ambulance to the hospital, Howard said.