ESSEX, Md. - A 14-year-old was taken to Johns Hopkins Wednesday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle near Kenwood High School.
Officials say the teen was walking between two parked cars near the school and was struck as a car traveling southbound on Stemmers Run Road stopped for the crosswalk, but a car traveling northbound didn't.
The teen's injuries, officials say, are not believed to be life-threatening.
Baltimore County Police Department spokesperson Julia Hargrove said Wednesday that there were no charges as of that time. She said a preliminary investigation has revealed the accident may have been the result of pedestrian error.
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