Youth shot at bus stop in Inner Harbor areaBALTIMORE -- A...

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August 08, 1994|By From Staff Reports

BALTIMORE — Youth shot at bus stop in Inner Harbor area

BALTIMORE -- A bus stop shooting at the intersection of Light and Pratt streets late Saturday caused a brief panic along the Harborplace promenade, where a youth ran after being wounded.

The 17-year-old victim collapsed at the Light Street Pavilion after being shot in the right thigh and left knee.

The assailant was still being sought last night.

Boy, 16, shot to death outside his home

BALTIMORE

BALTIMORE -- A 16-year-old boy was shot to death early Saturday after walking out of his home in the Harwood neighborhood of North Baltimore, city police said.

Barry Montgomery left his house in the 400 block of Whitridge Ave. about 2:51 a.m. and was shot in the abdomen and right side. Police said the shooting occurred after a dispute.

City homicide detectives also were investigating the shotgun slaying of an unidentified man found dead yesterday morning in a home in the 1300 block of Pontiac Ave., Brooklyn.

2 children, woman killed in accident

CAMBRIDGE

CAMBRIDGE -- Three people, two of them children, were killed yesterday afternoon in a head-on, two-car crash near the intersection of U.S. 50 and Route 16.

State police said a westbound Buick crossed the median on U.S. 50 when the driver, 47-year-old Mertie Lee Holbrook of Salisbury, swerved to avoid a passing car. Her vehicle collided with an eastbound Cadillac.

Among the dead were the driver of the Cadillac, Lorraine Joyce Brady, 74, and her granddaughter, 9-year-old Jennifer Nicole Brady, both of Bowie. Her grandson, Jeffrey Brady, 5, was hospitalized.

The driver of the Buick was in critical condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Her son, Elwood James Curtis, 15, was killed, police said.

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