Md. FF injured in 5-car pileup

The firefighter was driving a Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Company SUV at the time of the crash, and was transported to the hospital for his medical treatment


Christine Condon
Baltimore Sun

At least seven people were injured after a five-car crash on westbound Route 40 near Catonsville on Sunday morning, officials said.

The crash, which happened around 11:30 a.m. close to St. Agnes Lane, left at least one volunteer firefighter injured, said Baltimore County Fire Department spokesperson Tim Rostkowski.

At least seven people were injured after a five-car crash on westbound Route 40 near Catonsville on Sunday morning, officials said. The crash, which happened around 11:30 a.m. close to St. Agnes Lane, left at least one volunteer firefighter injured, said Baltimore County Fire Department spokesperson Tim Rostkowski.
At least seven people were injured after a five-car crash on westbound Route 40 near Catonsville on Sunday morning, officials said. The crash, which happened around 11:30 a.m. close to St. Agnes Lane, left at least one volunteer firefighter injured, said Baltimore County Fire Department spokesperson Tim Rostkowski. (Photo/Lansdowne "Fort Lavern" Vol. Fire Dept. - Maryland)

That person, who had been driving in a Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Company SUV, was taken to a hospital for treatment, Rostkowski said. Six other people were transported to nearby hospitals as well, said Baltimore County Police Department spokesperson Danielle Moore.

This story may be updated.

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