Forestville woman dies in Oxon Hill crash Two others are killed in weekend car accidents.

April 20, 1992

A 23-year-old Forestville woman was killed early yesterday in a two-car collision in Oxon Hill, state police said.

About 3:45 a.m., Kimberly Marie Daniel was driving a Dodge Daytona that was hit on the passenger side by a Ford Mustang near Indian Head Highway in Oxon Hill, police said. Ms. Daniel and her two passengers, Brian McClean of Alexandria, Va., and Sherri Lynn Reynolds of Waldorf, were thrown from the car.

Ms. Daniel was pronounced dead at Greater Southeast Hospital in Washington, D.C., police said. Ms. Reynolds was treated for unspecified injuries at Greater Southeast and released. Mr. McClean was admitted to Prince George's General Hospital for unspecified injuries.

The Mustang's driver, Marc Cedric Henderson, 22, of Fort Washington, and his passenger, Eric Eschinger, 25, of Waldorf, were not injured, police said.

About 5:39 p.m. Saturday, Paul Chappelle, 11, of Washington, was killed in a two-car collision in Capitol Heights, Prince George's County police said.

Paul was riding in the back seat of a Ford Tempo driven by Herndon Huskey, 58, of Washington. Mr. Huskey was in critical condition last night at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly.

The Tempo was traveling south on Ritchie Road when the car skidded sideways, crossed the center line and was struck broadside by a northbound Mercury Cougar.

The Cougar's driver, Christy Robinson, 21, of Washington, was taken to Southern Maryland Hospital Center in Clinton, police said. Information on her condition was not available. A 2-year-old boy and 1-year-old girl riding in the back seat were treated at Southern Maryland and released, police said.

Police could not identify a 41-year-old woman riding in Mr. Huskey's front passenger seat and a 2-year-old boy riding in the back seat. Both were hospitalized.

Shortly before 10 p.m. Friday, Matthew Burnett, 16, of Frederick, was killed in a one-car accident on Route 75, just north of Route 144.

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