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Fourth Overturned Vehicle This Week Damages Parked Cars

June 3, 2017

In what is becoming an unfortunate trend Montgomery County Police and Fire Rescue units were called the 18500 block of Mateny Drive, near the intersection of Stone Hollow Drive for reports of an overturned vehicle. This is the fourth overturned vehicle in Germantown this week.

   According to witnesses, the red Toyota mini-van was driving northbound on Mateny Road from Clopper Road and for unknown reasons sideswiped two parked cars, and flipped over coming to rest on its roof as it collided with a Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck. No other moving motor vehicles were involved in the collision. The incident happened shortly after 4:30 pm on Saturday, June 3.

   MCFRS evaluated and transported an adult female to a local hospital suffering from non-life threatening injuries. Police had Mateny Road closed between Longford Glen, and Stone Hallow Drive closed for about an hour as the collision was cleared up.

   Two vehicles overturned in separate incidents on Friday morning, June 2, the first at about 8:00 am on Frederick Road near Ridge Road Recreation Park and second at the intersection of Aircraft Drive and Crystal Rock Drive about an hour later.  On Tuesday morning, May 30, a van overturned on Wisteria Drive in front of the Germantown Post Office.

 

Captions:

Top: A red Toyota mini-van is the fourth vehicle to end up with its wheels off the ground in Germantown this week.

Next: The parked Toyota Tacoma pick-up which suffered damage as a result of the mini-van colliding. Photo by Germantown Pulse.

Next: The red mini-van came to rest on its roof across Mateny Road.

 

Photos courtesy Krasimir Georgiev

 

 

 

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