Overturned Vehicle on I-95 in Harford County

Maryland (November 14, 2011)  A vehicle accident on I-95 south snarled traffic in Harford County this morning.  The crash occurred around 6:30 near Exit 74-Mountain road involving a vehicle that had rolled over in the left lane.

Authorities had closed the left two lanes as crews responded to the accident scene, causing traffic to back up for over five miles.

No details have been provided if anyone was injured.

All lanes of I-95 were re-opened at 7:15 a.m. but residual delays remained.

2 Thoughts on “Overturned Vehicle on I-95 in Harford County

  1. Brian Kelly on November 17, 2011 at 12:03 pm said:

    I was one of two good samaritans that helped to free this victim from her vehicle. I know she was serious to critical when we loaded her into the Ambulance. I would love to get an update on her status.

    • yolanda krisch on November 20, 2011 at 7:33 pm said:

      Brian Kelly,
      I’m a friend of the lady that you helped. We worked together at the Bayview campus of JHU. She is doing quite well. Her pinkie and ring fingers were amputated – not the whole fingers. She is so grateful to the good samaritans who helped her. She said one was a Marine medic and the other had a medical background. She feels it was a miracle that she is still alive and that you and the other individual came to her aide.
      I will let her know you inquired.

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