West Ocean City, MD — Two people were hospitalized following an alleged drunk-driving accident in West Ocean City, Maryland, on Sunday, July 12, 2015. The accident took place at the intersection of routes 611 and 707, around 7:00 in the evening.
Police identified William and Laura Freng as the two people injured in the accident. According to local reports, the two were stopped at a stop light when they were struck from behind by 31-year-old Scott Hermiston. The force of the collision pushed their Corvette off the road and into a tree.
The Frengs were taken to PRMC with undisclosed injuries. Hermiston, along with a 10-year-old passenger inside his vehicle weren’t hurt. Police arrested Hermiston for driving while impaired, as well as being in possession of both marijuana and heroin.
The accident is still being investigated.
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Scene of the Accident
View from the Road
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