• May 24, 2019

Dorthy Hagen, Henry Woods Injured in Bel Air, MD, School Bus Accident

Bel Air, MD -- May 22, 2019, Dorthy Hagen and Henry Woods were injured due to an accident where a car and a school bus collided.

Investigators with the Bel Air Police Department were called to Rock Spring Road and Moores Mill Road at around 8:15 a.m.

According to initial reports, the school bus attempted to turn from Rock Spring onto Moores Mill, allegedly failing to yield to a car. This resulted in the two vehicles colliding.

The bus driver, 73-year-old Woods, and the car driver, 76-year-old Hagen, were taken to area hospitals for their injuries. No students were harmed.

Police cited Woods for failure to yield. Additional details surrounding the crash are unavailable at this time.


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