Bel Air Bypass Head On Crash Has Left 4 Dead And 1 Injured
We have been informed of an accident that has left 4 dead, and 1 injured in an head-on crash at Bel Air Bypass. A state police officer made this known on Tuesday, the 1st of February, 2022, via an article posted for publication on the afore mentioned date.
Maryland State Police on Monday afternoon made this sad news official via their online platform, and according to Rich Gardiner, Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Services spokesman, emergency crews were summoned to Bel Air Bypass near Rock Spring Road in Bel Air around 1:40 p.m. after they learnt of the deadly crash.
A Toyota RAV4 was heading north when suddenly it crossed into an oncoming traffic in a bid to pass another vehicle, unfortunately the Toyota collided with a Honda Civic, turned onto its side and then caught fire.
Information from the three state troopers who arrived the accident scene before firefighters and the EMS crews arrived to slow the fire with fire extinguishers recalled that they [the troopers] pulled three people from the SUV.
An occupant of the Toyota later identified as 73, year old Mary Catherine Blosse of Bel Air reportedly passed on immediately the scene, while the driver, Mary Yvonne Mejia, and another passenger, a 53-year-old woman whose name is unknown at this time of reporting were flown to Shock Trauma. We later heard of the death of Mejia later the same evening at Shock Trauma.
It was also said that, the driver in the Honda, Craig Charles Faunce, 34, and his passenger Allison Mae Faunce, 35, who were both residents of Joppa died at the scene of the accident.
Further investigation into this crash continues and will be made available as soon as it is gathered. We commiserate with the families of the decease and we send our most sincere condolences to them. We ask that they receive the fortitude to bear the great and sad loss of their beloved.