DENTON, Md. - A Harrington woman was transported to Shock Trauma in Baltimore following a Tuesday morning head-on collision in Caroline County, Maryland State Police said.
Shortly before 7:45 AM, police say that a dark blue Nissan Altima collided with an International box truck on Greensboro Road near the intersection with Maryland Route 404 in Denton.
Police say the Nissan was traveling southbound and reportedly crossed the center line, heading directly into the truck's path. A Jeep Cherokee then struck the Nissan following the first collision, officials said.
The Nissan's driver, identified by police as 35-year-old Angel Lynn Harrington of Harrington, Del., was reportedly trapped inside the vehicle following the crash and was extracted by responding firefighters and EMS technicians. Officials say Harrington was then medevaced to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Police say her current condition is unknown.
The truck driver, 53-year-old Andres Edgar Ramirez Feria of Rockville, was transported to Easton Memorial Hospital for treatment for injuries he sustained in the collision. His current condition is unknown as well, police said.
The driver of the Jeep, identified as 24-year-old Sean Robert Stouffer of Denton, was uninjured in the crash and was able to provide medical assistance to the other two drivers on the scene. Stouffer is a paramedic, officials said.
Investigators do not believe alcohol was a factor in the crash. Police say charges in the accident are currently pending.
Greensboro Road was closed for approximately three to four hours, officials said. The Caroline County Sheriff's Office, the MSP CRASH Team, the Maryland State Highway Administration and Caroline County fire and EMS personnel assisted Maryland State Police in the response to the crash.
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