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SHA Employee Air Lifted From Worksite Crash

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CAROLINE CO., Md. - Charges are pending against a North Bethesda man, after he reportedly hit a pedestrian with his vehicle. Maryland State Police - Easton Barrack says on Tuesday, around 11:20 AM, Troopers responded to Route 404, near Holly Road, in Caroline County, for reports of an accident involving a pedestrian.

Once on scene, Police say witnesses told them that a gray Honda Accord was driving on Route 404, when it swerved to miss a properly lit, parked State Highway Administration dump truck. According to the report, when the driver swerved, the car left the roadway, went on the grassy median, and hit an SHA employee.

The SHA employee, 41-yerar-old Theodore Manship, of Ridgley was injured in the crash, and had to be flown to Baltimore's Shock Trauma by Trooper 6. The driver of the Honda, Scott Maisel, was not injured.

The MSP CRASH Team is investigating the incident with scene reconstruction. Charges against Maisel, are reportedly pending the full investigation.

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