Teen injured in crash has more surgery

April 15, 1994|By Bill Talbott | Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer

A 15-year-old Reisterstown youth, severely injured in a two-car crash that killed his mother and two people in another automobile Wednesday, remained in critical condition yesterday at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

Timothy Nason had been a passenger in the Buick driven by his mother, Ellen Mary Nason, 51, of the 300 block of Holly Hill Road. After the crash, he was taken to the trauma center and underwent several hours of surgery Wednesday.

A hospital spokeswoman said the youth was taken back into the operating room about 10 a.m. yesterday and was still there hours later.

Baltimore County police said the accident occurred on Route 140 at Nob Hill Park Drive about 5:25 p.m. during a heavy rain.

They said a Geo Storm northbound on Route 140 and driven by Clifford T. Anderson, 20, of the 900 block of Wampler Lane, Westminster, skidded out of control and crossed into the southbound lane of the highway, sliding sideways into the path of the Buick.

Mr. Anderson's mother, Mari Carmen Anderson, 43, a passenger in the Geo, also died in the crash.

The three people killed were pronounced dead at the scene by an associate medical examiner from Baltimore County, police said.

Police detoured traffic around the accident site for more than two hours while a team of officers reconstructed the crash for their investigation.

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