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Denton Crash Investigation, 4 Possibly Injured

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DENTON, Md.- Maryland State Police are investigating a crash in Denton that happened late Monday night.

Police say around 11:16 p.m., they responded to an motor vehicle accident on Adams Landing Road in Denton.

Police say preliminary investigation shows that the driver of the Ford Focus was traveling southbound on Adams Landing Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle on a curve, and drove off of the road.

Authorities say the vehicle went into an embankment and continued until the vehicle hit a tree, disabling the vehicle.

Police say the driver and three passengers are all juvenile males.

The driver and two of the passengers were taken to Easton Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries and the fourth juvenile was flown to Shock Trauma via Trooper 6, according to police.

Authorities say the driver took the vehicle from the parking lot of the McDonald's in Denton without permission.

Police say traffic and criminal charges are pending.
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