Four Children Hospitalized After Morning Collision
Four children were transported to Johns Hopkins with non-life threatening injuries after the car they were traveling in collided with a car that failed to yield.
Four children between ages 4 and 7 were sent to Johns Hopkins with non-life threatening injuries after a two-vehicle collision in Reisterstown Wednesday morning.
An 86-year-old man was pulling out of Ruddington Court onto Treeline Drive in Reisterstown around 9:15 a.m. when he pulled out in front of a car driven by a woman traveling south on Treeline Drive, said Lt. Stephen Doarnberger, assistant commander of the Baltimore County Police’s Franklin Precinct. She had her four children with her.
“His car did not suffer too much damage and he was not hurt, but she had four children in the car and all of them were transported,” he said.
The man was cited for failing to yield to the right of way. The woman, who was not at fault in the accident, was cited for driving with a suspended license, a compulsory insurance violation and failure to have children in safety seats, Doarnberger said.