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Police: Salisbury Man Impaired by Drugs During Crash On Mount Hermon Road

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SALISBURY, Md. - Maryland State Police say a 50-year-old Salisbury man was found to be on drugs after he ran off the roadway on Mount Hermon Road and overturned into a ditch.

Police say Samuel A. Gill was driving a 2008 Honda Accord early Saturday morning when he lost control and crashed into several mailboxes.  Gill eventually traveled into a ditch and overturned several times. 

Gill was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where it was determined that he was impaired by drugs at the time of the collision, according to police. 

Police say Gill was admitted to PRMC for treatment.  Charges for driving while impaired are pending at this time.

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