2 Die In Accidents On Rain-slick Roads

Police beat

November 17, 1991

Two county residents, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed twoseparate accidents that occurred on rain-slick roads last Sunday, state police said.

Elizabeth Ashbridge, 11, of Darlington was killedwhen the car in which she was a passenger was struck head-on by a pickup truck in the 2500 block of Conowingo Road in Hickory at 6 p.m., police said.

Alan B. Caudill, 34, of Bel Air was traveling south in the north lane when his 1986 Dodge Ram struck a Chevrolet van driven by CharlesL. Brockmeyer Jr., 47, of Forest Hill, police said.

Caudill's truck continued in the north lane and then struck a 1989 Ford Escort driven by John P. Ashbridge, 44, father of Elizabeth, police said.

Ashbridge was flown to the University of Maryland's Shock Trauma Unit in Baltimore, where he is listed in critical condition, a hospital spokesman said. Caudill and Brockmeyer were not injured.

Douglas E. Ferguson, 49, of Joppa was killed in the second accident, which occurred 6:32 p.m. last Sunday in the 2500 block of Mountain Road in Joppa,police said.

Police said Ferguson was traveling north when his 1990 Dodge Omni drifted into the south lane and collided into a 1988 Ford Escort driven by Debra J. Kurth-Antley, 36, of Whiteford, police said.

Kurth-Antley is in stable condition at the shock trauma unit,a hospital spokesman said.

A total of 24 people have been killed in traffic accidents in Harford County so far this year.

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County police agencies said they investigated the following crimes last week:

Aberdeen

1000 block Warwick Drive: Clothing, a briefcase and an airplane ticket, worth $1,500, were stolen from a vehicle Nov. 5, town police said.

Abingdon

Unit block Haven Avenue: A television, videocassette recorder, radio, coin collection and stereo system, worth $8,950, were stolen from a house Nov. 1, the county Sheriff's Office said.

Bel Air

Unit block South Main Street: A 1987 Chevrolet worth $8,800 was stolen from parking lot at Souvenirs Restaurant on Monday, town police said.

1200 block Marston Court: Jewelry was stolen and a window and door were damaged at a house Nov. 5, the Sheriff's Office said. Loss: $650.

300 block Royal Oak Drive: Two all-terrain vehicles, a chain and padlock, worth $6,380, were stolen Nov. 7, the Sheriff's Office said.

800 block Wheel Road: Tools anda credit card, worth $2,030, were stolen from a vehicle Nov. 5, the Sheriff's Office said.

2200 block Lyns Court: A chain saw, weed trimmer and tool box, worth

$530, were stolen from a shed Nov. 5, the Sheriff's Office said.

Belcamp

4200 block Greys Run Circle: Acompact disc player and tool box were stolen and a window was damaged on a vehicle Nov. 2, the Sheriff's Office said. Loss: $590.

Churchville

3600 block Aldino Road: Two generators, chain saws, lights, audio equipment, masks and a fog machine, worth $4,855, were stolenfrom a storage trailer owned by Haunted Hayrides of Southern Maryland on Nov. 1, the Sheriff's Office said.

Darlington

3300 block Dublin Road: A 1977 Ford worth $1,000 was stolen Nov. 3, the Sheriff'sOffice said.

3700 block Dublin Road: A Honda all-terrain vehicle worth $2,000 was stolen Nov. 6, the Sheriff's Office said.

Edgewood

2100 block Pulaski Highway: Tools were stolen and the windows, doors and wiring harness were damaged at a vehicle at Kilduff Motors on Nov. 7, the Sheriff's Office said. Loss: $1,865.

1800 block Pulaski Highway: Two musical instruments worth $4,200 were stolen from a vehicle Nov. 2, the Sheriff's Office said.

Fallston

2500 block Roy Terrace: Tools, a tool bag and attache case, worth $810, were stolen from a house Nov. 4, the Sheriff's Office said.

1900 block Belair Road: A 1988 Isuzu worth $5,500 was stolen from the Commercial Bank parking lot Nov. 6, the Sheriff's Office said.

Havre de Grace

600 block Revolution Street: A skylight at Key Operations was shattered when someone fired a gun into the air near the business Nov. 5, city police said. Damage totaled $1,000.

200 block Seneca Street: A television and videocassette recorder, worth $1,600, were stolen from a house Nov. 7, city police said.

2200 block Palomino Ranch Road: A videocassette recorder, tools, briefcase and keys, worth $1,305,were stolen from a house Nov. 3, the Sheriff's Office said.

Joppatowne

300 block Garnett Road: 25 Hummel figurines worth $4,000 were stolen from a house Nov. 6, the Sheriff's Office said.

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