The crash shut down Rte. 40 near Greenbrier State Park.
Three people were taken to area hospitals Friday afternoon following a two-vehicle crash along Route 40 near Greenbrier State Park in Washington County, not far from the Frederick County line.
State Police in Hagerstown say a Honda Civic was pulling out of the park on to Route 40 and was struck by a Chevy Tahoe which was heading eastbound.
Two occupants of the Civic were thrown from the vehicle, and a third was found nearby, according to the Hagerstown Herald-Mail. Two people from the Civic were taken by ambulance to Meritus Medical Center, one was in cardiac arrest, according to WHAG-TV. A third was medivaced to R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma in Baltimore.
Authorities have not released the names of the occupants of the Civic, but say they are from Baltimore. The driver of the Tahoe is from Hagerstown.
The roadway was closed in both directions for about two hours following the crash.