Monrovia, Md. (DG)-A serious crash leaves seven people injured in Monrovia on Saturday afternoon.
Maryland State Police say after the accident, an adult and two children were flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore for treatment.
Police say a 1975 Ford Bronco was traveling westbound on Fingerboard Road around 3:30 p.m. when an Infiniti QX60 attempted to cross Fingerboard Road at Ed McClain Road. The Infiniti did not yield the right of way to the Ford, causing the Ford to T-bone the Infiniti.
The driver of the Bronco, and two juveniles in the Infiniti were airlifted to Baltimore. Five other people, including the driver of the Infiniti, were taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital.
State Police are continuing to investigate the accident.