A two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Baltimore and Norbeck roads in Rockville on Monday afternoon led to people being taken to the hospital and slowed traffic in the area.
There was little to report on the incident, said Assistant Chief Scott Graham, a Montgomery County Fire and Rescue spokesman.
"We had our normal accident assignment," said Graham, who had no other details of the incident as of 4 p.m.
The first report of the incident, through public safety radio channels, came at 3:27 p.m. The occupants of the two cars were transported from the scene by 3:55 p.m. and a police officer was directing traffic through the intersection.
One of the people in one of the cars was transported by ambulance to Suburban Hospital, the officer said. Another was also taken to a local hospital, he said.
A righthand turn lane on eastbound Norbeck Road and a lefthand turn lane on nortbound Balitmore Road were blocked and traffic was a bit slower than usual through the area but all travel lanes were open.
The crash was the second of two incidents reported Monday afternoon, including a separate earlier incident at Norbeck Road and East Gude Drive. No further details were available about that incident.