Four people were hurt, including the front seat passenger who was ejected, in a single vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon in the 2700 block of Carsins Run Road in the Aberdeen area. None suffered life-threatening injuries.
Harford County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Monica Worrell confirmed there was an accident in the 2700 block of Carsins Run Road and a Maryland State Police Medevac was called in. The front seat passenger, who Worrell said was not wearing a seat belt, was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore as a precaution after he was ejected.
A Toyota Scion with four occupants was southbound on Carsins Run Road at a high rate of speed, according to Worrell.
As the Toyota crested a knoll, Worrell said, the driver lost control of the vehicle and it crossed the northbound lane onto the opposite shoulder of the two-lane road, crossed back across the southbound lane, went off that shoulder and ejected the passenger.
As it came back across and then off the road, the Toyota clipped a BGE pole, drove across the front yards of two homes and came to a stop more than a hundred feet away and close to a tree. Photographs from the scene showed a series a deep tire tracks running through the two front yards.
Worrell said neither alcohol nor drugs are suspected as contributing factors. Speed, however, is considered a contributing factor, she added.
On the Harford County Maryland Fire and EMS Association Public Information Facebook page, spokesperson Rich Gardiner wrote that there were multiple patients at the scene for the accident, which involved a vehicle hitting a utility pole with an ejection.
The driver, 19-year-old Brady Edward Miskiewicz, of Belcamp, was transported to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center by ambulance, as was 19-year-old Christopher Najce Grant, of Aberdeen, who was in the right rear seat, according to the police accident report. Emijae Franklin Jacobs, 18, of Belcamp, who was in the left rear seat, was transported to Harford Memorial Hospital by ambulance.
The front passenger, Greg Douglas Davis, 20, of Belcamp, was ejected as a result of the accident and transported to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore by a Maryland State Police Medevac.
In addition to the helicopter, Gardiner wrote that four ambulances had been requested to the scene.