FREELAND, Md. - A woman had to be hospitalized over the weekend after she fell out of a moving truck.
Baltimore County Police say the incident happened around 11:20 a.m. in the 21600 block of York Road.
They say the woman was the passenger in her husband's 1949 Chevy Pick-up when she suddenly fell out of the truck. She had leg injuries and medics took her to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center for her injuries.
It is not clear how seriously the woman was hurt, or if anyone will be charged.
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