Pedestrian Accident: One Critically Injured on Eastern Blvd

Pedestrian Accident: One Critically Injured on Eastern Blvd

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One Person Injured After A Hit and Run Resulting in Serious Injuries

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Incident Information

A young cyclist was harmed in a hit-and-run incident in Essex, as reported by the Baltimore County Police.

According to initial reports, around 8:50 p.m., officers from the Essex Precinct rushed to the scene at the 200 block of Eastern Blvd after receiving reports of a hit-and-run involving a juvenile on a bicycle.

Upon arrival, law enforcement found the young victim with severe injuries. The victim received immediate medical attention and was transported to a nearby hospital by ambulance. The Baltimore County Police Crash Team will delve into the circumstances surrounding the incident. Detectives urge anyone with information regarding the crime or the perpetrator(s) to reach out to the police at 410-307-2020. Informants can choose to remain anonymous and might be eligible for a reward by providing tips through Metro Crime Stoppers.

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