A road rage incident in Baltimore County led to a multi-vehicle collision that sent one car crashing into a house early Wednesday morning, according to the fire department.
One man and an infant were sent to a regional hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries, according to a Baltimore fire spokesperson.
The three-vehicle collision occurred around 7:45 a.m. at the intersection of Patterson and Wildwood avenues.
Fire specialist Nic Tyson said two vehicles were involved in a road rage incident. One vehicle was chasing another when the vehicle behind crashed into the one in front, Tyson said. The collision caused a third vehicle to careen into a house, Tyson said.
Baltimore County police said the driver of one vehicle intentionally caused a collision with another. The driver who allegedly initiated the crash left the scene but was later arrested, police said. The driver’s name was not released.
An elderly couple was inside the house at the time, but was not injured, Tyson said.