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One man flown to Shock Trauma Center after Two-Vehicle Crash in Denton

Posted: 07/31/2017 23:15:00 -04:00 Updated:

DENTON, Md. - Maryland State Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash in Denton, Md., that sent one passenger to Baltimore's Shock Trauma Center.

Police say 48-year-old Daniel Floyd Hardison was driving a tractor-trailer westbound on Maryland Route 404 and failed to stop at the red light where it intersects River Road in Denton, Md.

While crossing the intersection, the tractor-trailer struck a silver Honda Accord on the passenger side.

The driver of the 2006 Honda Accord, 26-year-old Oseas Eliel Vasquez-Ixlaj from Marydel, Md., was injured and flown to R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Balitmore.

Vasquez-Ixlaj's medical condition is unknown and the investigation is still ongoing.

According to police, alcohol does not appear to have played a factor and charges are pending the investigation.

 

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