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One dead, one seriously injured in Baltimore-Washington Parkway crash

Park Police said one person was pronounced dead on scene and another person was airlifted with life-threatening injuries.

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. — One person is dead and another person has life-threatening injuries after a crash on Baltimore-Washington Parkway near Powder Mill Road Friday morning.

United States Park Police officers responded to the scene on northbound Baltimore-Washington Parkway north of Route 193 just after 6:30 a.m. for a multi-vehicle crash.

Public Information Officer Sergeant Roselyn Norment said one driver, a man, was pronounced dead on the scene of the crash. A second man was airlifted by the USPP Eagle helicopter with injuries described as life-threatening. 

All lanes were closed briefly for the crash investigation. Those lanes have since reopened Friday morning.

Drivers in the area should use caution and expect delays.

Here is what the scene looked like early Friday:

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