UPDATED: One Dead In Kentlands Area Car Crash
A woman was killed Sunday evening in a car crash on Great Seneca Highway at Lakelands Drive in the Kentlands area of Gaithersburg, according to Montgomery County police.
Update: (11:28 a.m.): Montgomery County police have identified 69-year-old Elizabeth Colvin Colton, of the 200 block of Hart Road in Gaithersburg, as the woman killed in a two-car collision Sunday evening in the Kentlands area.
Colton was a passenger in a 1999 black Lexus LS 400 driven by 77-year-old Seymour Baden, of the same address, police said. Baden remains in critical condition.
Preliminary investigation has revealed that Baden was traveling north on Great Seneca Highway and attempted to make a left turn onto Lakelands Drive when his vehicle was struck by a 2003 Toyota Highlander traveling south on Great Seneca. The two vehicles collided in the intersection, police said.
The driver of the Toyota has been identified as Rachel Leah Weintraub, 21, of the 13600 block of Anchor Cove Court in Rockville. Police also identified her passenger in the Toyota as George Dancer, 25, of the 14100 block of Marianne Drive in Rockville.
Both Weintraub and Dancer were transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Original Post (6 a.m.): An adult female was killed Sunday evening in a two-vehicle collision on Great Seneca Highway at Lakelands Drive in the Kentlands area of Gaithersburg, according to Montgomery County police.
Three other people were sent to a local hospital to be treated for injuries sustained in the crash, ABC 7 reported.
Montgomery County Police Department's Collision Reconstruction Unit is investigating the crash, which occurred at approximately 7:49 p.m., police said. Southbound Great Seneca Highway was closed between Lakelands Drive and Kentlands Boulevard while CRU detectives completed their investigation.
Montgomery Fire Chief Scott Graham said "an extensive extrication" was required, ABC 7 reported.
Investigators are asking anyone who witnessed this collision to contact the Collision Reconstruction Unit at 301-840-2435.