(WUSA9/AP) -- Police have identified the drivers involved in the crash that sent a car over the Bay Bridge.
Morgan Jade Lake of Sunderland, Md. was driving the car that went over the bridge. The car, a 2007 Chrysler Sebring, was recovered from the bay Saturday and the driver was released from the hospital Saturday night.
Gabor Lovasz of Charlottetown, Canada has been identified as the truck driver. The truck has Canada registration and was pulling a trailer. The driver was not injured.
The car was knocked 40 feet off the bridge into the water. A female occupant of the car managed to get out and swim to a jetty. Anne Arundel County Fire Battalion Chief Steve Thompson said the driver, a 22-year-old woman, was rescued and flown to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore, where she was in critical condition late Friday with non-life-threatening injuries. Officials with the Maryland Transportation Authority Police say it appears the woman was the sole occupant of the car. She was communicating with officials.
Herbert Alfred Sutcliffe Jr. of Olney, Md. was operating a 2014 Mazda displaying Maryland registration that was also involved. He was accompanied by Lisa Sutcliffe of Olney, Md. Neither of the Sutcliffe's were injured.
The accident occurred about a quarter-mile onto the span. The vehicle went into water that was about 8 feet deep. She managed to get herself onto a piling of stones around the bridge support.
According to authorities, the driver of the tractor trailer was not hurt and stayed on scene to speak with investigators.
Traffic cameras show emergency crews on the scene of the accident that took place at approximately 8:24 p.m. on Friday.
The bridge itself has been inspected by the engineering department and considered structurally safe.