Woman In Shock Trauma After 3-car Accident

Police beat

July 21, 1991

A Forest Hill woman is in stable condition at University Hospital's shock trauma unit in Baltimore after a three-car accident on Route 24in Edgewood on Wednesday, state police said.

Sandra R. Vickers, 44, was flown to shock trauma after a collision in which police said her 1987 Pontiac Fiero was struck head-on by a 1979 Dodge driven by Sonia F. Kassis, 18, of Abingdon.

The accident occurred at 5:28 p.m., about 500 feet from the Old Emmorton Road intersection, police said.

Kassis was traveling northon Route 24 when her vehicle swerved to the right and struck a guardrail, police said. The vehicle then swerved to the left and crossed the center line of the roadway, according to police.

The Kassis vehicle struck a 1986 Nissan pickup driven by Cathy V. Young, 31, of BelAir and then struck Vickers' car, police said.

Kassis, Young and a passenger in Young's pickup, 3-year-old Matthew C. Young, were treated and released at Fallston General Hospital.

Crimes that county police agencies said they investigated last week include:

Abingdon

3000 block of Laurel Bush Road: Jewelry and silver certificates, worth $8,070, were stolen from a house July 8, the county Sheriff's Office said.

2700 block of Merrick Way: Jewelry worth $2,800 was stolen from a house July 10, the sheriff's office said.

Bel Air

300 block of Choice Street: Three pitch forks, two post-hole diggers and a chain saw, worth $755, were stolen from a shed July 10, town police said.

1700 block of Conowingo Road: Outdoor furniture and lawnornaments, worth $680, were stolen from Hickory Sales on July 11, the sheriff's office said. Wood tables and specialty items, worth $890,were stolen from the business July 27, the office said.

1400 block of Valbrook Court: Stereo equipment worth $720 was stolen from a vehicle July 12, the sheriff's office said.

600 block of Weatherby Road: Two bicycles, worth $1,000, were stolen from a house July 12, the sheriff's office said.

Belcamp

1200 block of Pearson Place: Asatchel, briefcase, camera, radar detector, cassette tapes and money, worth $640, were stolen from a vehicle July 6, the sheriff's officesaid.

Churchville

200 block of Hopewell Road: A generator worth $1,270 was stolen from a truck July 12, the sheriff's office said.

Edgewood

800 block of Gilway Court: A 1989 Mercury worth $8,000was stolen July 7, the sheriff's office said.

1000 block of Crimson Tree Court: A Barbie riding car, a 20" bicycle, scooter, stroller and two boxes of vertical blinds worth $925 were stolen from a house July 1.

1000 block of Waterside Court: A laptop computer, videocassette recorder and a jar of coins worth a total of $930 were stolen from a house June 14.

Forest Hill

2700 block of Regester Farm Road: Stereo equipment worth $400 was stolen from a car July 1, the sheriff's office said.

Havre de Grace

Susquehanna State Park: Videocassette tapes, clothing and hair salon products, worth $1,115, werestolen from a car July 9, the sheriff's office said.

Unit block of Pine Street: Jewelry and money, worth $8,965, were stolen from a house July 9, the sheriff's office said.

1000 block of Ostego Street: Money was stolen from two coin-operated machines at Clark's Car Wash on July 10, city police said. Loss: $480.

1100 block of Chesapeake Drive: Hood ornaments from 14 vehicles were stolen while the vehicles were parked in a lot July 12, city police said. Loss: $1,000.

Joppa

900 block of Averill Road: A $450 videocassette recorder wasstolen from a house July 11, the sheriff's office said.

2500 block of Greenspring Avenue: Golf clubs and tools, worth $3,010, were stolen from a vehicle July 10, the sheriff's office said.

Pylesville

1900 block of Eden Mill Road: A chain saw and assorted tools worth$825 were stolen from a house June 21.

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