Man gored by bull in serious conditionMalcolm Smith, 45...

CARROLL COUNTY BRIEFS

April 14, 1994

Man gored by bull in serious condition

Malcolm Smith, 45, of Hanover, Pa., who was gored by a bull while working on his brother's Old New Windsor Road farm Tuesday, was in the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore in serious and stable condition yesterday after his transfer from Carroll County General Hospital.

Emergency medical crews from New Windsor were dispatched to the John Parker Smith farm about 2 p.m. and took the injured man to the local hospital after farm workers managed to get the bull into a pen and away from Mr. Smith.

Mr. Smith, who suffered internal injuries, was transferred to the trauma center by Westminster emergency medical crews about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Cranberry Mall begins bike patrol program

Cranberry Mall's Security Department will initiate the first bike patrol program in Carroll County Sunday when a security officer begins patrolling the parking lots on a mountain bike from morning to dusk.

The bike patrol program was designed to raise police visibility and create environmental awareness. The program is expected to cut the department's fuel consumption in half and reduce carbon monoxide pollution.

The security vehicle will continue to be used at night and in inclement weather.

Information: 876-8870.

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