Two Young Children Are Ejected In A Single Car Accident On 210, Six Shootings And Three Stabbings In DC On The 4th

Two young children are ejected in a single car accident on 210…

There’s some good news following a single car SUV accident that caused two young children to be ejected. Officials say they suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The female driver was also injured. It is unclear what caused the vehicle to lose control this morning and hit the guardrail.

Six shootings and three stabbings in DC on the 4th…

DC Police say the 6 people shot and three people stabbed are expected to survive. The separate incidents happened in S.E. and N.E. all after 11 last night. No arrests have been made.

Md Board of Election starts counting provisional ballots today…

The Maryland State Board of Elections will begin verifying what provisional ballots can be added to the primary. It’s critical as two big races remain too close to call, it’s the County Executive for Montgomery & Baltimore County. On Friday officials will resume counting absentee ballots.

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