Maryland State Police Investigating Collision With Life-Threatening Injuries On Interstate 83


Maryland State Police said a man was seriously injured in a single vehicle collision in Timonium.

Around 5:40 p.m. Sunday, Maryland State Police Gold Ring Barrack responded to a collision on I-83 prior to Padonia Road. At the scene, the responding troopers located an overturned 2005 Nissan Pathfinder SUV. A detour was immediately set up to allow traffic to access Timonium Road. Investigators closed all lanes to conduct the investigation.

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The preliminary investigation revealed the Nissan was traveling north at a high rate of speed when it drove off the left side of the highway and hit the gravel shoulder. At which time the driver over corrected and lost control of the vehicle, causing it to rollover onto its roof.

Troopers reported smelling a strong odor of alcohol. The passenger in the Nissan admitted to consuming alcohol with the driver at a restaurant in the downtown area.

The driver who was later identified as 43-year-old Juan Manuel Hernandez was taken to Shock Trauma for treatment of life threatening injuries, but is expected to survive.

Traffic on I-83 has been reopened, but drivers should expect some delays.

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