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Two adults, two children hurt in Aberdeen crash taken to trauma centers Tuesday

Four people were taken to regional trauma centers after a crash at Old Philadelphia Road and Short Lane in Aberdeen on Tuesday evening, the Harford Fire & EMS Association reported.

The two-vehicle crash was reported at 5:59 p.m., Association spokeswoman Jenn Chenworth-Price said.

The patients, two of whom are children, were in serious condition, but none had life-threatening injuries, she said.

One adult and one child were taken to the hospital by Medevac helicopter, she said. The other two patients were taken by ambulance. At least one person needed to be extricated.

Lt. Fred Budnick, of Aberdeen police, did not have more details on the accident Tuesday night.

The road was shut down while fire and rescue officials worked on the location, because of multiple units and two helicopters landing at the scene, Chenworth-Price said.

Aberdeen Fire Department had two EMS units and the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps and Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company each had one unit, she said.

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