A good Samaritan jumped over a guardrail and into the bay on Sunday, rescuing an infant ejected from a car following a crash in Ocean City, Maryland.
The vehicle carrying the infant was halfway over the guardrail of the bridge when the child was ejected into the Assawoman Bay below. Officials say a good Samaritan jumped over and rescued the child before the child was flown to Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore.
Firefighters secured the teetering vehicle, and paramedics were at the scene to treat multiple injuries during the rescue response.
Seven additional victims were taken to hospitals, though no deaths have been reported.
The Ocean City Police Department announced that Route 90 reopened at 8:20 p.m.
Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash.
The Ocean City Police Department did not immediately respond to the Washington Examiner’s request for comment.