The 18-year-old driver who was involved in a car crash on Forest Hill on the 4th of July which sent him and two teenage girls to a hospital was filed with new charges.

18-year-old Kyle Blake Warfield from the 2500 block of Pinehurst Avenue in Forest Hill was charged with DUI, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol while driving a minor, driving an uninsured vehicle, driving with alcohol in his system as a violation of a license restriction and lastly, failure of a driver involved in an accident to render assistance to an injured person.

On a bond of $ 7, 500, Warfield was released from the Harford County Detention Center.

Warfield lost control of the 2005 Dodge SRT that he was driving, in a high rate of speed, north in the 2500 block of Pinehurst Avenue at about 3:05 in the morning of Wednesday. He then struck and embankment, said the report made by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office.

Warfield was brought to Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore whilst his two passengers, 16-year-old Jessica Lyn Siemasko from Fallston and 15-year-old Mercedes Nicole Demski from Bel Air, were airlifted to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, as stated in a report.

The three victims were trapped in the vehicle and it took around 15 minutes for the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company to extricate them, according to the company’s website.

The vehicle was unregistered because the vehicle was new and Warfield had allegedly switched license from a different vehicle that was registered, according to the spokesperson for the sheriff’s office Monica Worrell. She added that it was against the law to switch tags from one car to another. Each vehicle must be registered and insured.

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