Shortly after 5:30 am on Wednesday, July 3, 2014, Baltimore County westside fire units were aletrted for a reported crash with entrapment at Stevenson Road & Interstate 695 (Rescue Box 2-12). Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company Squad 322 was first to arrive and confirmed at least one patient was trapped. Witnesses reported a Honda car with 3 occupants was leaving the outer loop of I-695 via the Stevenson Road exit ramp when it crossed into the path of a Ford pickup truck that was headed northbound on Stevenson Road. The impact of the crash sent the Ford across the road into a grassy area in front of Chizuk Amuno Congregation, and caused the Honda to rotate 360 degrees and strike a highway sign before coming to rest on the median. Firefighters from Squad 322, PVFC Tower 323 and BCoFD Engine 2 (Pikesville career) used multiple rescue tools to extricate the driver of the Honda, who sustained traumatic injuries and after patient care from the crew of BCoFD Medic 19 (Garrison career) and EMS 5 was flown via Maryland State Police Trooper 1 to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in downtown Baltimore. The rearseat passenger also sustained serious injuries and was transported via BCoFD Medic 2 to an area trauma center. The frontseat passenger was transported via BCoFD Medic 18 (Randallstown) to an area hospital. The accident is under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department Crash Team.