By CBS Baltimore Staff

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WJZ) — Ravens fullback Patrick Ricard says he was the victim of a hit-and-run crash Monday in Baltimore County.

It happened late Monday morning near the intersection of Painters Mill Road and Grand Central Avenue in Owings Mills, a few miles from the team’s practice facility, Ricard tweeted.

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“Was just involved in a hit and run.. how your Monday going?” the fullback said.

Baltimore County Police confirmed there was a hit-and-run crash involving two vehicles at the intersection shortly before 11:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.

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Fortunately for him and Ravens nation, Ricard said he wasn’t hurt in the crash.

“I’m completely fine,’ Ricard said. “Just got side swiped. If anyone saw a silver/gray car speed off after hitting me at the intersection of (Painters Mill Road) and (Grand Central Avenue) going into (Metro Crossing Apartments), let me know!”

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If you know anything about the crash, we recommend letting Ricard know what’s up — oh, and also notifying the proper authorities.

CBS Baltimore Staff