Bowie man killed in Gambrills motorcycle crash

On January 25, 2018 at 5:15p.m., officers responded to a motorcycle crash on MD-3 (Crain Hwy) northbound at Carver Road in Gambrills. Investigation showed that a Yamaha motorcycle was crossing over MD-3 northbound when it was struck by a Toyota minivan that was traveling northbound on MD-3.

The driver of motorcycle was declared dead at the scene.  The driver of the mini-van and front seat passenger refused medical treatment at the scene. A small child that was fastened in a car seat was transported by State Police helicopter to Johns Hopkins Children’s Center with unknown injuries.

The primary cause of this collision is still under investigation but is believed to be excessive speed by the motorcycle.  It is unknown if alcohol is a contributing factor.  The Traffic Safety Section is handing the investigation and charges, if any, will be after review by the State’s Attorney.

Vehicle #1:      2012 Yamaha Motorcycle                                                      


STUART LIVINGSTONE JR.          12/20/1992      Fatal Injuries – OCME Bowie  MD      20720

Vehicle #2:      2015 Toyota Sienna minivan                                                  


APRIL D. HANSON QUINN          07/13/1987      Minor  Injuries – refused treatment

                                Odenton          MD      21113

Front Passenger

LISA P. HANSON                01/10/1959      Minor  Injuries – refused treatment Silver Spring   MD      20906

Rear Passenger

Juvenile                                   02/20/2016       Unknown Injuries – Johns Hopkins Odenton          MD      21113

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