BEL AIR, MD – A two-vehicle crash killed three people and injured two others Monday afternoon in Harford County, Maryland. Shortly before 1:40 p.m., State Police responded to Route 1 at Rock Spring Road in Bel Air. They say a Toyota RAV-4 was northbound on the Route 1 Bel Air Bypass. As the Toyota was traveling over the Route 924 overpass, the driver, 54-year-old Mary Mejia of Bel Air, attempted to pass another vehicle, when she crossed into the southbound lane and crashed into a Honda Civic. The Toyota rolled on its side and caught fire. Troopers arrived and used fire extinguishers to slow the fire. One of the Toyota victims, 73-year-old Mary Blosse of Bel Air was pronounced dead at the scene. The other two victims in the Toyota, Mejia and a 53-year-old female, were flown to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore for treatment. The driver and the passenger of the Honda, 34-year-old Craig Faunce and 35-year-old Allison Faunce, both of Joppa, died at the scene. Route 1 was closed for about four hours. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.