Shriver sent to Hopkins

January 20, 1991

Eunice Kennedy Shriver, injured last week in a head-on crash in Washington, has been transferred to Johns Hopkins Hospital and is undergoing treatment for two broken arms.

Mrs. Shriver, sister of the late President John F. Kennedy and wife of former vice presidential candidate R. Sargent Shriver, a part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles, was in stable condition and resting comfortably, said Debbie Bangledorf, a hospital spokeswoman.

Mrs. Shriver was being treated for a several broken bones, including a shattered elbow, Ms. Bangledorf said.

According to preliminary police reports of the accident Wednesday in Washington, Mrs. Shriver's car crossed the center line and collided with a van driven by Maurice Settles, 37, of Oxon Hill. Mr. Settles was not injured, police said.

Mrs. Shriver was transferred from Sibley Hospital in Washington on Friday.

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