Germantown, MD – Injuries Follow Two-Car Crash on Route 355 near Gunners Branch Rd

by | Mar 10, 2022 | Recent News

Germantown, MD (March 10, 2022) – A crash in Germantown left several people with injuries on Wednesday evening. Just after 5:30 p.m., on March 9, the Montgomery County Police Department assisted the Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Services at the scene of an accident on Route 355.

Reports from the police in Montgomery County indicate that a motor vehicle wreck between two vehicles blocked the 19500 block of Route 355 near Gunners Branch Road. The crash caused delays by the Extra Space Storage facility.

One vehicle involved in the crash struck the median. The incident blocked multiple lanes of the northbound side of Route 355.

Multiple people were provided care by EMS with the MCFRS. Those who required further medical assistance were transported by ambulance to area hospitals.

The police in Montgomery County are investigating the accident currently.

Our thoughts are with the people who suffered injuries in this crash.

Car Accidents in Maryland

Germantown, MD – Two-Vehicle Wreck on Route 355 near Gunners Branch Rd Ends in InjuriesEvery year more than 120,000 people are hurt in automobile accidents across the state of Maryland. These accidents are often unpredictable. However, we see tons of thousands of people suffer serious injuries that require emergency medical care.

When victims incur broken legs, spinal cord injuries, and even internal organ damage they can never imagine the extent of medical care they will require. Many people have to spend weeks off work to recover from their injuries. The financial burdens only make this process of recovering from injuries more challenging. Quite often families suffer right alongside victims.

Although we can do many things to prevent other people sharing the road from being injured by us, we cannot control how others operate their vehicles. As a result, we see countless people hurt by negligent and reckless drivers. If you were hurt in a crash as a result of another driver’s actions, contact our Germantown car accident lawyers now to get started on your case.

Germantown Personal Injury Lawyers

Our Germantown personal injury lawyers at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC are committed to helping our clients get justice. We spend extensive time building the strongest case possible to ensure our clients have the best chance of getting the compensation they need and deserve.

Our lawyers will go to the scene where your accident occurred and collect evidence. We will speak with witnesses. We will call their videos from the scene of the accident from local businesses and homes that have surveillance cameras. We will obtain a copy of the police report and all medical records pertaining to your injuries. We will show the court why you deserve full and fair compensation to cover your injuries and damages.

Feel free to contact our Maryland personal injury law firm at your earliest convenience. You can call our team at 301-251-8776 to schedule a free no-obligation consultation to discuss your case and all of the legal options available to help you.

NoteOur writers used secondary sources when writing this accident news post. These sources include but are not limited to local news sources, local and state police reports, social media posts, and eyewitness accounts about accidents that take place in and around Maryland. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this accident, therefore, if you find any information that is not correct, please contact Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC  immediately so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. We will remove this post upon request. 

Disclaimer: We hope that our readers will slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle in an effort to reduce accidents in Maryland. This post is not a solicitation for business. The information in this post is not intended to be legal or medical advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at this accident scene.

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