Aquasco Woman Struck and Killed on Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick

February 12, 2017

On Saturday, February 11, 2017 at approximately 6:20 p.m. deputies from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to a fatal motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian.

The accident occurred on Hallowing Point Road in the area of Stafford Road.

The Preliminary investigation revealed the pedestrian, identified as Brenda Lee Hill a 52-year-old female of Aquasco, was walking on Stafford Road. Ms. Hill entered the westbound lane of Hallowing Point Road and was struck by a 1994 Dodge Dakota, operated by a 28-year-old male of Prince Frederick, Maryland. The driver of the truck was not injured and remained at the scene of the accident.

This accident remains under investigation by the Calvert County Crash Reconstruction Team. There have been no charges filed at this time.

Anyone with any information regarding this accident should call Dfc. J.M. Hardesty at 410-535-2800, or email at hardesje@co.cal.md.us.



 

2 Responses to Aquasco Woman Struck and Killed on Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick

  1. No, I never did find that out on February 13, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    It would be nice to know if EMS performs CPR, no matter how hopeless it is, or does it depend, is it a case by case basis. Does anyone perform CPR when there are accidents like these, as standard procedure?

    • Anonymous #13 on February 15, 2017 at 2:55 pm

      EMS performs CPR whenever necessary, even when it is hopeless. They continue CPR until a doctor pronounces them dead. Anyone formally trained in CPR should attempt whenever needed. They need to be trained on how to do it. It’s not just pumping a chest. You need to know how to do it. Any Red Cross or firehouse can provide training if you’re interested.