Car crashes into Bel Air fire station; police look for driver of second vehicle

No life-threatening injuries were reported after a car crashed into Bel Air's fire station on Hickory Avenue

An SUV that crashed into the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company's main station on Hickory Avenue late Monday afternoon may have been hit by another SUV, police said. No serious injuries were reported.

The Honda CR-V had damage to its front end after crashing into the brick facade, near the fire station's front door.

Bel Air police said a 2010 Honda CRV was traveling north on Hickory Avenue around 4:22 p.m. and was possibly hit by an unknown, dark-colored SUV that was heading west on Churchville Road. The SUV left the scene heading north on Hickory Avenue toward the Hickory/Forest Hill area.

Anyone who may have witnessed the crash or who may have more information about the investigation is asked to call Sgt. Pfarr or Ofc. Hunt at Bel Air Police Department, 410-638-4500.

Bel Air Police Department officers surrounded the scene and closed off one side of Hickory Avenue immediately after the accident.

The driver, a 42-year-old woman from Bel Air, was taken to a local medical facility with non-life-threatening injuries, according to Bel Air police.

The Honda came to rest against the fire company building, causing superficial damage, Bel Air police said.

There was no structural damage to the building, according to the fire company.

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