ANNAPOLIS, Md. —Alcohol may be a factor in a deadly wrong-way crash that killed two people and injured two others along westbound Route 50, the Maryland State Police said. Authorities have identified the drivers killed in the crash.
Troopers were called shortly after 2 a.m. Wednesday to Route 50 at the Severn River Bridge after a report of a vehicle traveling east in the westbound lanes of Route 50.
Moments later, a trooper in the area came upon a crash scene at westbound Route 50 and Bay Dale Drive, police said. Three vehicles were involved in the crash.