A Darlington woman fell , and while police believe they know who was behind the wheel, the name of the driver has not been released.
Shortly before 7:40 p.m. on Labor Day, Susan M. Gourgoulianis, 28, of Darlington was in the car with a family member when an argument took place, according to a release from Maryland State Police.
Gourgoulianis was ordered to get out of the car on southbound U.S. Route 1, or Conowingo Road, just north of the Hickory bypass, according to police.
A witness told police Gourgoulianis was on or near the road waving her arms when a blue car swerved, apparently trying to avoid her.
Instead of avoiding her, however, the car's passenger side mirror hit her. The witness said the car pulled to the side of the road about 500 feet from the accident before pulling away, according to state police.
Gourgoulianis was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore for treatment. She had been released from shock trauma as of Tuesday afternoon, police said.
The driver of the car contacted the state police Bel Air Barrack Tuesday morning after learning that a person had been hit, the release states.
Investigators confirmed the caller's light blue 1997 Lincoln Town Car was the one involved in the crash. The name of the driver has not been released and charges have not yet been filed.
The investigation remains under investigation by the Bel Air Barrack Criminal Investigation Section. Once the investigation is done, the case will be presented to the Harford County States’ Attorney’s Office to determine whether charges are appropriate.
Anyone with additional information about the crash can contact state police at 410-879-2101.