GRASONVILLE — Maryland State Police are looking for the driver of a truck involved in a hit-and-run accident with a bicyclist on Saturday, Aug. 3.
According to police, a red, four-door pickup pulling an off-white, two-axel, fifth-wheel camper collided with a bicycle at the intersection of Nesbit Road and Winchester Creek Road about 12:15 p.m.
A trooper responded to the reported crash to find the bicyclist, later identified as Albert Downs Warren III, 34, of Queenstown, lying in the road. The trooper and witnesses provided first aid until Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department and Queen Anne’s County Emergency Medical Services arrived and took over, police said.
Warren was flown by MedEvac helicopter Trooper 6 to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore for treatment. By Monday afternoon, Warren was no longer listed as a patient at the hospital.
A witness with a dash cam recorded the collision and provided police with an image of the incident. Troopers, along with deputies from the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office, canvassed the area but were unable to locate the truck Saturday.
Police said the truck is possibly a Dodge Ram or Ford Superduty and has a distinctive wing on the roof.
Anyone with information on the owner or the location of the vehicle is asked to contact Maryland State Police Centreville at 410-758-1101, speak to the duty officer.