Several Teen Pedestrians Injured After Car Hits Them in Montgomery County

Several Teen Pedestrians Injured After Car Hits Them in Montgomery CountyA car struck several teen pedestrians, leaving them with various injuries in Aspen Hill, Maryland. On Tuesday morning, around 7 am, the pedestrian accident occurred at Wendy Lane and Georgia Avenue when a white sedan hit a blue car, and then struck seven teen pedestrians who were waiting for their school bus. Four of the students went to the hospital for medical treatment including one who sustained serious injuries. The 21-year-old driver of the white sedan was transported to the hospital as well while the 25-year-old driver of the blue car escaped the accident unscathed.

Despite the implementation of safety initiatives such as Street Smart and Vision Zero, Montgomery County witnessed a disturbing amount of pedestrian fatalities in recent months. Drivers may fail to use caution when driving amid pedestrians or engage in distracted driving or other reckless driving practices that disrupt their ability to maneuver their vehicles in a safe manner. Pedestrians who may be walking, jogging, or even sitting near the road may be in danger of becoming injured in a pedestrian crash.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a pedestrian, please contact our Baltimore car wreck lawyers at LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton at 800-547-4LAW (4529). Contact us online to schedule a free case review with one of our experienced attorneys.

Our offices are located in Baltimore, Columbia, Glen Burnie, and Towson, allowing us to represent victims of pedestrian accidents in Maryland, including those in Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Maryland’s Western Counties, Southern Maryland, and the Eastern Shore, as well as the communities of Catonsville, Essex, Halethorpe, Middle River, Rosedale, Gwynn Oak, Brooklandville, Dundalk, Pikesville, Parkville, Nottingham, Windsor Mill, Lutherville, Timonium, Sparrows PointRidgewood, and Elkridge.