One person was killed due to a two-vehicle collision Friday in Garrison, and Baltimore County police say it was likely medication-related.
A driver crossed over the double-yellow line and one person died as a result of that collision along McDonogh Road, said Lt. Michael DiCara, assistant commander for the Pikesville Precinct.
DiCara gave the update during the Tuesday night, monthly meeting of the Pikesville Police & Community Relations Council, held at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.
Investigators are looking into the possibility that medication played a role in this crash, he said.
DiCara emphasized that this collision was not due to high speed.
For about one month, police have been monitoring and ticketing for speeding along parts of McDonough where there have been several crashes this year.
According to the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company website, firefighters worked to extricate one person 'heavily trapped' at the collision.
It occurred at the intersection of Timothy Lane and McDonogh Road, just east of I-795, and three people were transported to area trauma centers, it states.
PVFC worked alongside the Owings Mills and Reisterstown volunteer fire companies, as well as the Garrison and Randallstown career stations, it states.
Visit the PVFC website for photos and details on the work at the scene.
The original version of this story contained information that had yet to be confirmed through investigation.