BALTIMORE (WJZ/AP) — Baltimore police say they’re investigating whether the driver of a car that hit two Johns Hopkins University students was intoxicated.

According to police, an 18-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man were struck by a car  at 2:15 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of St. Paul and 33rd streets, near the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus.

They were taken to an area hospital where they are in serious condition.  The students’ names have not been released.

Police say the driver, who was taken into custody at the scene, may have been drinking. But they have not said whether the driver will be charged. They have not released the driver’s name.

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Comments (7)
  1. Doug says:

    2:15.a.m. ,usually means drinkies.

  2. andy botwin says:

    i only had ywo beers

  3. Joe Joeyjojo says:

    Hopkins students…no common sense. That’s what happened. Walked into traffic.

    1. Twinklebell says:

      you’re an idiiot.

    2. felina says:

      You are pathetic. How many people have to become severely injured or die before we keep the dam* drunks off the road? Do drunks’ riite to drink outweigh a person’s rite to live? Geez, such a pathetic world we live in and Joe is a prime example. My dog behaves better than you and Andy and Doug.. How sad

  4. Angel says:

    I pray the two will be OK and the driver will get a lesson taught. It’s that time of the year and many are driving like they just don’t care. I think Baltimore and the surrounding area of St. Paul need to be more guarded.

  5. julie says:

    you should have been the one struck you ass… seriously… i hope you die. the girl is a friend of mine. you deserve to die and go to hell

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