Two people were in critical condition, two in serious condition and three in fair condition.
BALTIMORE (AP) – Authorities say a total of seven people remain hospitalized following a nearly 70-vehicle pileup on Interstate 95 in Baltimore.
A hospital spokesman said Sunday in a statement that of the seven people still in the hospital, two were in critical condition, two in serious condition and three in fair condition.
Saturday’s pileup involved a tanker carrying gasoline that skidded off a highway and exploded. Two people died and nearly two dozen people were injured. It was unclear whether the pileup started before the tanker crash or was caused by it. It was also not immediately clear whether the crash involving the gas tanker was caused by slick roads.
Officials have not released the names of the two people killed in the crash.