Around 11:20 p.m. Tuesday, Aberdeen police responded to a motor vehicle accident at the 900 block of Edmund Street. Upon arrival, police discovered a 16-year-old boy trapped under a vehicle that crashed through the home. Police said the boy had been trapped over an hour under and was suffering from non-life threatening injuries.
The conscious teen was transported to a regional trauma center, where he was treated and later released.
According to the news release, the driver of the vehicle was at the intersection of Oxford Avenue and Edmund Street, when a vehicle – described a black pickup truck – passed her and then immediately cut back in front of her.
Aberdeen police said Sabrina Bond, of Edgewood, accelerated and over-corrected her steering, which lead to the vehicle jumping a curb and crashing into house. After crashing into the split-level house, the vehicle hit another wall and came to a stop on top of the teenager, who was asleep on a sofa.
It took emergency medical and fire rescue personnel from the Aberdeen Fire Department over an hour to free the teenager, who was trapped under the vehicle. The 16-year-old was airlifted to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
Bond did not report any injuries, nor was she distracted or impaired. She will not face any charges, said Officer Jason Neidig of Aberdeen Police Department.