Teen-age girl hospitalized after being struck by car

June 24, 1994

A 13-year-old Mount Airy girl was hospitalized after a car struck her as she tried to cross Gillis Falls Road outside her home in Woodbine yesterday afternoon.

Tamara Lee Morrison of the 2100 block of Gillis Falls Road was flown to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Officials there last night said that she was being examined by doctors but declined to give her condition.

A state police report said Scott H. Muns, 18, of Mount Airy lost control of his 1979 Chevrolet after he hit the brakes in an apparent attempt to avoid hitting the girl.

NB State police would not comment on possible charges last night.

Man, 46, is injured in moped, truck crash

A 46-year-old Mount Airy man was critically injured Wednesday night when his moped and a pickup truck collided in Frederick County.

Donald Wright of Old Annapolis Road was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Officials would not comment on the extent of his injuries, but a hospital official said yesterday that Mr. Wright was in critical but stable condition.

Sheriff's deputies in Frederick yesterday said they had no information on the accident's cause.

A5 Police would not release the truck driver's name.


* Mount Airy: An official of the Ridgeville Car Wash in the 100 block of E. Ridgeville Blvd. told state police Tuesday that a bill changer with $300 in quarters had been stolen.

An official of Jones Motors at 1 E. Ridgeville Blvd. told state police Tuesday a cassette-radio had been stolen from a car there. The radio is valued at $70.

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