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Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Carroll County MD Sheriff's Office Deputy taken to Shock Trauma after vehicle collision

May 8, 2013 9:30 a.m.

UPDATE: “Deputy taken to Shock Trauma after vehicle collision”

Master Deputy Matthew Wilson of the Carroll County Maryland Sheriff’s Office, was released from Shock Trauma last evening after receiving treatment for the injuries sustained in the collision. Darian Barron, the driver of the Dodge pick-up truck, was issued citations at the scene and released. The citations were:

1)      21 402 a:       Driver when turning left failure to yield right-of-way to veh. approaching from opposite direction.

2)      21 901.1 b:   Negligent driving veh. in careless and imprudent manner endangering property, life and person.

3)      13 401 h:      Driving veh. on hwy. with suspended registration.

Anyone with additional information concerning this collision is asked to contact Cpl Webb at 41-0386-2900.


Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland, May 7, 2013 ---- At approximately 3:12 pm, Master Deputy Matthew Wilson, a five-year veteran of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office was traveling Westbound along Route 140 near Mayberry Road when his patrol car collided with a Dodge RAM 1500  operated by Darian Barron, of Westminster.

The initial investigation shows that Mr. Barron pulled out in front of the deputy while making a left turn from Mayberry Road on to Eastbound Route 140.

As a result of the collision, the Deputy was transported by ambulance to the University of Maryland, Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.  Mr. Barron, as well as a passenger, refused treatment from the ambulance at the scene.  The investigation continues.  Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Corporal Webb at 410-386-2900.

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