2-car collision injures 3 people in Eldersburg

November 11, 1993|By Staff Report

Three people were injured, one critically, in a two-car collision on Liberty Road in Eldersburg about 5 p.m. yesterday.

One of the injured, a man who was trapped in a Ford Taurus station wagon after the head-on collision, was extricated by rescue workers and placed in a shock suit before he was taken to the Sinai Hospital trauma center.

The other injured people, one from the Taurus and one who was in a Nissan sports car, were taken to the Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown for treatment.

No names were available at press time.

The accident, in the 2100 block of Liberty Road, blocked rush-hour traffic before state police were able to open a single lane around the site.

After the collision, the Nissan careened onto the lawn of a house, and the Ford stopped almost sideways across two lanes of the roadway.

Medic units from Sykesville, Gamber and the Liberty Road station in Baltimore County responded to the accident, along with a rescue squad vehicle from the Sykesville station.

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