A pregnant woman was ejected from her vehicle on northbound Interstate 95 near the border of Baltimore and Harford counties about 3:45 p.m. Thursday, according to a Harford County Fire and EMS Association spokesman.
Traffic has begun backing up in the area, near Joppa.
Maryland State Police helicopter, said Rich Gardiner, the spokesman.
Gardiner said he did know the woman's condition or whether other vehicles were involved in the accident. Multiple pieces of emergency equipment responded to the scene, he said.
"Traffic is going to be significantly impacted from this," he said.
As of 4 p.m., the two right lanes of the highway were blocked, according to Maryland State Police.
Pregnant woman ejected from vehicle on I-95 north
2 lanes blocked near Balto. Co., Harford line
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