A speeding driver caused a serious traffic accident Tuesday morning, Baltimore County police said.
Shortly after 6:20 a.m. on April 24, along Belair Road near Cheryl Avenue, a 32-year-old Kingsville man was speeding while driving a 2004 Dodge Ram northbound in the right lane. It collided with the right corner of a 2004 Toyota Tacoma traveling northbound in the left lane, said Louise Rogers-Feher, a spokeswoman for the Baltimore County Police Department.
The Dodge Ram then left the road with damaged wheels and struck a support pole, which broke it into several pieces, and rolled over several times. The driver was transported by medevac with serious but non-life threatening injuries to Maryland Shock Trauma, Rogers-Feher stated.
The Toyota Tacoma received only minimal damage and the driver, a male Perry Hall resident, was not seriously injured, Rogers-Feher stated.
Rogers-Feher said charges related to speeding are pending against the driver of the Dodge Ram.
The accident blocked traffic along Belair Road, between Perry Hall and Kingsville, for about three hours.
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