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Serious Injuries After Thursday Morning Crash in Denton

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DENTON, Md.- Maryland State Police say multiple people were injured after a car crash Thursday morning in Denton.

The crash happened around 1:55 a.m. at Route 404 and Anderson Road.

Police said two vehicles crashed into each other head-on. Troopers said the driver and three passengers in the first vehicle, as well as the driver of the second vehicle, were seriously injured and were transported to nearby hospitals.

Police said all roads are back open after they were closed in both directions for crews to clear debris from the road.

There is no word yet on the identities of the victims or the extent of their injuries. Police also have not confirmed what caused this crash.

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