Woman, 29, is killed in crash with ambulance

January 14, 1994

A 29-year-old Annapolis woman was killed yesterday morning when an ambulance answering an emergency call swerved to avoid a car and struck the woman's car head-on, police said.

Angela Denise Farmer of the 400 block of Captain's Circle was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

About 7:20 a.m., Ms. Farmer was driving south on Generals Highway in Crownsville and the ambulance, using emergency lights and sirens, was traveling north, police said. Several cars in front of the ambulance had pulled over to let the ambulance pass, but an unidentified driver pulled in front of the ambulance.

The ambulance, swerving to avoid that car, crossed the double yellow line and hit Ms. Farmer's car head-on, police said.

The ambulance crew, Michael Seilhamer and Michael Mattison, both of the West Annapolis Fire Company, were treated at North Arundel Hospital and released, police said.


No charges have been filed in the accident, police said.

Severna Park Council elects new officers

The Greater Severna Park Council has elected new officers for the coming year.

The new president is Ellen McGee-Keller of Chartwood, chair of the council's adequate facilities task force. The new vice president is Rick Zablocki of the Crain West community, who also serves as chair of the BWI airport committee.

The secretary will be Don Dunn, who represents Twin Harbors. Treasurer is Beth Palmer of Kilmarnock, who leads the council's cancer task force.

The four members of the board of directors will be Dan Nataf, chair of the Public Works Committee; Al Johnston, the legislative chair; Maggie Miller, chair of the Police/Community Relations committee and Pat Troy, the past president.

The nominated slate was approved unanimously by the council at its monthly meeting Tuesday night.

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