Carroll County Deputy Released From Shock Trauma After Traffic Collision

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WESTMINSTER, Md. (WJZ)—A Carroll County deputy was sent to Shock Trauma with non-life-threatening injures after his patrol car was hit by a pick-up truck Tuesday afternoon.

Police say around 3:12 pm, Master Deputy Matthew Wilson, a five-year veteran of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office , was traveling Westbound along Route 140 near Mayberry Road when his patrol car collided with a Dodge RAM 1500 operated by Darian Barron, of Westminster.

The initial investigation shows that Barron pulled out in front of the deputy while making a left turn from Mayberry Road on to eastbound Route 140.

The Deputy was transported by ambulance to Shock Trauma, where he was later released.

Barron, as well as a passenger, refused treatment from the ambulance at the scene.

Darion was issued three citations at the scene and released: failure to yield right-of-way, negligent driving and driving with suspended registration.

Anyone with additional information concerning this collision is asked call 410-386-2900.

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