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Man Hurt in Talbot County Crash

Posted: 08/11/2017 10:50:00 -04:00 Updated:

TRAPPE, Md.- A man had to be airlifted to a hospital following a Friday morning crash on Route 50 in Talbot County.

Maryland State Police said that shortly before 6 a.m., Bryan Lee Burton, 30, of Cambridge, was driving a Nissan Maxima westbound on Route 50 in the area of the 75-mile marker when his car rear-ended a Chevrolet pickup truck operated by Wallace Richardson Willey Jr. 48, also of Cambridge. 

Troopers said that after the collision, the Nissan went off the roadway and crashed into a tree in the front yard of a home. 

Police said Burton was injured in the crash and transported by Trooper 6 to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. There is no word yet on his condition. 

Willey was not injured in the crash, according to investigators. 

The crash remains under investigation. Alcohol does not appear to have been a factor, according to police.  

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