Fort Washington man killed in crash
Update, 7:02 p.m.: Haskins coached football at Oxon Hill High School for many years and recently was an assistant at C.H. Flowers High School. See allmetsports.com for more.
A Fort Washington man was killed Tuesday night after he had some type of medical emergency and crashed his SUV into a guardrail in the Forest Heights area of Prince George’s County, authorities said.
Clifton Haskins, 59, was traveling north in the 5600 block of Indian Head Highway when he had some type of medical emergency, said Cpl. Erica Johnson, a police spokeswoman.
His SUV crossed the median strip and hit several bushes, then veered into the southbound lanes and struck a guardrail, Johnson said.
Johnson said investigators would need an autopsy to determine whether the medical emergency or the crash killed Haskins. She said she did not know what type of medical emergency Haskins had.
The crash occurred about 10:15 p.m., authorities said.
August 18, 2010; 7:04 PM ET
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