Seven people were injured Friday night in a two-vehicle accident on Mapleville Road, Maryland State Police said.
The crash occurred at 8:38 p.m. north of Benevola Church Road when a 1995 Nissan Maxima driven by a 17-year-old girl skidded on the wet road as it was traveling north. The car went into the southbound lane and struck a 2006 Toyota RAV4 driven by David Layman, 36, of California, Md., troopers said.
Layman, an unidentified female passenger and two children were taken to Meritus Medical Center with nonlife-threatening injuries, troopers said.
There were five juveniles in the Maxima and three were injured, police said. Two of the juveniles were taken to Meritus Medical Center for nonlife-threatening injuries and the third was airlifted from Meritus to Baltimore Shock Trauma with serious injuries, troopers said.
Mapleville Road was closed for about two hours while police investigated and the vehicles were cleared from the scene, troopers said.
The accident was under investigation, troopers said.