Maryland motor vehicle accident lands 3 people in hospital

Maryland motor vehicle accident lands 3 people in hospital

As the result of a three vehicle accident at the intersection of Paradise Road and Route 155, three people were taken to the hospital for the treatment of injuries. According to the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack, a woman was driving a Toyota Corolla on Route 155. As she attempted to turn left on Paradise, a Ford F-150 hit her car.

Despite the fact that police are still investigating the motor vehicle accident, it appears that the driver of the Toyota did not yield to traffic, which led to her vehicle being struck on the rear and front passenger side. After being struck, the Toyota ran up an embankment and then turned over.

The woman driving the Toyota was rescued and then transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore for the treatment of a head injury.

Authorities also noted that the man driving the Ford pickup truck, as well as his passenger, were injured in the accident. They were both taken to the University of Maryland Harford Memorial Hospital for further treatment and evaluation.

When a motor vehicle accident occurs, those who are involved, regardless of who is at fault, can be seriously injured or even killed. In this accident, multiple people were injured, all of whom were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

This collision was caused by a woman who did not yield to traffic at an intersection. Now, the victims, as well as the driver of the Toyota, are faced with a long recovery process and questions regarding their financial future.

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