Man hurt after jumping out of vehicle in Bel Air

A man was flown to a regional trauma center after he was injured jumping out of a vehicle on Bel Air's Route 22 on Thursday morning, Bel Air Police said.

The 28-year-old man was a passenger in the vehicle and jumped out shortly after 8 a.m., near Maitland Street, after having an argument with the vehicle's driver, according to a media release from the Bel Air Police Department.

The victim was taken to shock trauma by a Maryland State Police helicopter with "serious" but not critical injuries, according to the Harford County Fire & EMS Association's media Facebook page.

The Medevac landed at Rockfield Park around 8:30 a.m., according to monitored Harford County emergency radio broadcasts, and then took off en route to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

The incident was originally reported as a motor vehicle crash by the volunteer fire & EMS Association, but the Bel Air Police Department released a message in the afternoon saying the incident that it was an "accident with ejection."

The name of the victim has not been made public. No further details were immediately available.

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