Bel Air Woman Hit Head-on In I-95 Crash

Police beat

August 18, 1991

A 21-year-old from Bel Air was listed in stable condition Friday at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, following a head-on collision on Interstate 95 near Winters Run earlier last week.

The accident was the third head-on collision on I-95 in Harford County since April 1.

State police said 21-year-old Mohamed M. Idris of Hyatt was driving north on I-95 near Winters Run about 9 a.m. Monday when he lost control of his vehicle as he swerved to avoid a tractor-trailer that cut into his lane. Idris' car crossed the median strip and collided with a car driven by Kimberly Jane Sudeck, of Bel Air, police said.

Idris was treated at Fallston General Hospital Monday and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Sudeck was taken to University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

The Maryland Transportation Authority is planning to install metal and concrete barriers on I-95 between the Baltimore Beltway and Route 24 to eliminate the risk of head-on collisions.


A Bel Air woman waskilled Aug. 9 after losing control of her car on High Point Road in Forest Hill, said state police.

Police identified the woman as 31-year-old Cheryl Anne Pritt. Police said she was driving south on HighPoint Road near Cosner Road at about 10:50 p.m. when her car skidded, struck an embankment and overturned. Police said Pritt was thrown from the 1987 Nissan Pulsar she was driving.

State police statistics show 15 people, including Pritt, have been killed in traffic accidents in Harford County this year. Police statis

tics show 21 peoplewere killed in traffic accidents during the first seven months of 1990.

Crimes that police agencies said they investigated last week include:


1100 block Philadelphia Blvd.: A rental truck owned by U-Haul International worth $13,400 was stolen from a gas station Aug. 9, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.


700 block Belair Road: Three cars suffered exterior damage Aug. 8 while parked in front of a business on Belair Road, police said. Damageestimates ranged from $450 to $1,500, police said.

Bel Air

1400 block Landis Court: A car stereo and speakers worth $660 were stolen Aug. 1, the sheriff's office said.

100 block Goucher Way: An antique wicker basket, a box of coins and currency, clothing and jewelryworth $1,050, and a credit card were stolen Aug. 9, the sheriff's office said.

1200 block Conowingo Road: A 1988 Kawasaki motorcycle worth $800 was stolen Aug. 9, the sheriff's office said.

Forest Hill

800 block Bernadette Drive: A car telephone and cassette tapes were stolen from a car parked in the driveway of the residence Aug. 8,the sheriff's office said.


1200 block Trappe Road: Two 8-month-old Samoyed dogs worth $665 were reported lost or stolen Aug.9.

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