Fourteen year old struck by vehicle in Park Hall

By: David M. Higgins II

UPDATE 9:10 a.m.: Point Lookout Road is now re-opened per SMCSO.

More information will be released when available.

Park Hall, MD 8:37 a.m.- Units are reporting a motor vehicle crash with a pedestrian(14 year old male) struck. The incident is on Point Lookout Road in the area of Willows Road. This is near Park Hall Elementary School.

Units are on the scene with an ambulance en route from Leonardtown. Watch for emergency vehicles and personnel. Expect delays.

A MEDEVAC has been requested. Expect delays in the area of the landing zone.

Point Lookout Road between Willows Road and THompson Orchard Lane is currently closed per SMCSO.

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