Saturday, November 17, 2007

County Council President Injured

From WTOP:
ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) - Montgomery County Council President Marilyn Praisner is in intensive care after two auto accidents near her Burtonsville home.

County police say Praisner's car was involved in a minor collision with another car at about 9 a.m. Friday on Spencerville Road.

About 15 minutes later, her car crashed on Briggs Chaney Road, clipping clipped a tree and turning on its side.

Police are investigating the cause of the accident.

She's in intensive care at Suburban Hospital, though her injuries aren't considered life-threatening.

Council spokesman Neil Greenberger says the 65-year-old is alert and communicating. Montgomery Council President Seriously Injured in Crash

We sure hope she recovers all right. Another Council member, George Leventhal, was injured when a deer jumped through his windshield on the Beltway on November first.

I'll update this post if new details come in.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am astonished that none of the "Anonymous" blabbers haven't responded to Mrs. Praisner's unfortunate accidents. No doubt, with their usual sour dispositions and outlook on life, they are praying right now and passing out petitions in their churches that demand her speedy demise!

November 18, 2007 4:39 PM  

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