GRAMBRILLS, Md. — Two drivers were taken to the hospital after a multi-vehicle crash in Grambrills.
On Sunday at about 5:07 am, officers responded to Davidsonville Road and Gerstanhal Road for a multi-vehicle crash.
According to police, a Hyundai Elantra was traveling south on Davidsonville Road approaching the intersection of Gerstanhal Road.
A Hyundai Santa Fe was traveling north on Davidsonville Road approaching Gerstanhal Road. The driver of the Elantra crossed into the northbound lane and hit the Santa Fe head-on.
Police say the driver of each vehicle was trapped and required extrication by the fire department.
The drivers of both vehicles were taken by ground to Prince UMD Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly.
Police state the primary cause of the crash appears to be the Elantra failing to remain right of center.
Preliminarily, the crash is likely alcohol related on the part of the Elantra driver.
The Traffic Safety Section is handling the investigation. The case will be reviewed by the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s office.