Two people were killed and two others injured, one seriously in a three-vehicle accident today on the Severn River Bridge in Annapolis, State Police said.
Chuck Jackson, spokesman for the Maryland State Police, said the accident occurred about 9:35 a.m. on the three-lane bridge.
Jackson said the accident happened this way:
A truck pulling a utility trailer carrying lawn equipment was traveling east on Md. 50 when it stopped in the fast lane, and its two occupants got out of the truck. One of them was standing to the rear of the trailer and the other person was
A pickup truck struck the rear of the trailer, killing both of the people who had gotten out and were standing on the highway. One of them was trapped between the trailer and the first truck.