Towson Hit-And-Run Injures 2 Teens: Police
TOWSON, MD — One teen remains hospitalized days after a weekend hit-and-run crash in Towson, according to police.
A 17- and 19-year-old girl were injured in the unit block of Joppa Road, where officers from the Towson Precinct were called at 11:45 p.m. on Sunday for a report of a crash, police said.
Both teens were taken to area hospitals, where they were listed in stable condition, officials said. As of Tuesday, one of the teens had been released from the hospital, Det. Trae Corbin told Towson Patch.
The vehicle that hit them left the scene, and police are looking to the public for help.
The Baltimore County Crash Team is actively investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash, officials said.
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