Two Teens Struck in Pasadena Hit-and-Run

Police are looking for the driver of the Ford Expedition, who fled the scene immediately.

Anne Arundel County police are seeking the driver of a Ford Expedition involved in a hit-and-run in Pasadena that sent two teenagers to the hospital Friday night.

Police said one of the juveniles is in critical condition at Shock Trauma.

Shortly before 9:30 p.m., a 1997-2002 Ford Expedition struck two pedestrians who were walking in a narrow shoulder on Mountain Road, near Alvin Drive, in the direction of westbound traffic. The vehicle continued westbound after striking the pedestrians, resulting in damage to the passenger side headlight, blinker, hood and quarter panel, according to police.

A third juvenile who was also walking in the shoulder was not injured, police said.

Police identified the juvenile male as a 15-year-old who lives on the 4500 block of Mountain Road in Pasadena–which is the same block of the hit-and-run. An ambulance transported the boy to University of Maryland Shock Trauma with critical injuries.

The second teen was identified as a 13-year-old girl, of Clearwater Beach, and she was transported to Johns Hopkins Children's Center with serious injuries.

Police described the third teen as a 13-year-old girl from Glen Burnie, who was not injured in the incident.

The department released two images of the model vehicle, and said the Expedition was possibly a dark color.

The area of Mountain Road near Alvin Drive is a school zone, only a few hundred feet away from Lake Shore Elementary School.

Police said the investigation is ongoing. Any information regarding this case can be directed to the Traffic Safety Section at (410) 222-8573.

Nicole Childress May 06, 2013 at 10:14 PM
I may have information that may be of help to find the driver of the vehicle... please contact me at (443)962-3463....NICOLE
Nicole Childress May 06, 2013 at 10:15 PM
Or if needed call (443)635-3377....alternate # ask for NICOLE..


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