Two joggers seriously injured in Calvert accident

Chesapeake Beach, MD


On Saturday, Sept. 27 at approximately 9:08 a.m., members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Bureau and Crash Reconstruction Team responded to Maryland Route 260 and Saint Andrews Drive, Chesapeake Beach for a report of a motor vehicle collision involving two pedestrians. 

Preliminary investigation revealed a 2013 Hyundai passenger vehicle operated by Megan Sullivan, 29 of Chesapeake Beach had entered the roadway from Saint Andrews Drive and for unknown reasons left the travel portion of the roadway and struck two pedestrians who were jogging on the shoulder. 
The pedestrians were identified as Katie Allen, 28 of Owings and Thomas Molino, 20 of Lothian. 
Members of the Dunkirk and North Beach volunteer fire departments arrived on the scene and initially treated Allen and Molino, who were later transported to Prince George’s Hospital Center via Maryland State Police Medevac.  Allen and Molino are listed in stable condition.  The driver of the vehicle remained on the scene and was the first to call 911. 
No charges have been filed at this time.
Sergeant R. Selkirk of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crash Reconstruction Team is investigating the collision. 
Anyone with information related to this investigation may contact the Sheriff’s Office at 410-535-2800 or via email at

Original story posted Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014

Police in Calvert County reported two people jogging on Route 260 near St. Andrews Drive were struck by a vehicle Saturday morning, Sept. 27 around 9 a.m. According to Captain Steve Jones of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, both of the injured, a male and female, were flown by the Maryland State Police to Washington, DC area hospitals. Jones said both are reported in stable condition. The driver of the vehicle remained on the scene and was not impaired when the accident occurred.

Police have not released the identities of the injured or the driver of the vehicle.

Contact Marty Madden at

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