2-year-old struck by car at fast-food drive-through

May 20, 1994

A Walkersville child was injured Wednesday morning when she stepped in front of a car at the drive-through window of the McDonald's restaurant on Ridgeside Drive in Mount Airy, according to state police.

Kelsey Megan Bogart, 2, who lives in the first block of Moon Maiden Court, was taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital and released after treatment, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Police said Christopher M. Schisler, 19, of the 16200 block of Old Frederick Road in Mount Airy, was in the drive-through lane of the restaurant about 8:55 a.m. and started forward after receiving his order, hitting the child who had just stepped off the curb.

9- No charges were filed against the driver.


* Mount Airy: Mount Airy, Westminster, West Friendship of Howard County, Hyattstown of Montgomery County and New Market of Frederick County responded to a report of smoke at a townhouse in the 700 block of Horpel Drive. Another call to the Emergency Operations Center reported the smoke was coming from a washing machine. Most equipment was in service after about five minutes, but several Carroll crews were out for 25 minutes.

* Taylorsville: Winfield, New Windsor, Westminster and Mount Airy were dispatched to a house on Kimberly James Court after a neighbor reported smoke coming from the building at 12:43 p.m. Thursday. Crews were out for 30 minutes.

* Today: American Legion Gold Star Post 191 will have a barbecued rib dinner with choice of potato and vegetable of the day from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The cost is $6.95. Other dinners, platters, a la carte items and sandwiches will be available. Information: (301) 829-9161 after 3 p.m.

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