Three die in traffic accidents

September 11, 1994|By Mary Maushard | Mary Maushard,Sun Staff Writer

A 69-year-old Baltimore man died early yesterday from injuries he received hours earlier in a two-car accident on Owings Mills Boulevard in Baltimore County.

Hassan Khan of Fordleigh Road was one of three area residents who died in separate weekend traffic accidents.

Mr. Khan was a passenger in a 1985 Nissan driven by Daphne Khan, of the same address. A witness told police that the car ran a red light and struck another car at Owings Mills Boulevard and Timber Grove Road, east of Reisterstown.

The driver of the other car, Wendell Bailey of Hammershire Road in Reisterstown, and eight other people in the two cars, were taken to Sinai and Johns Hopkins hospitals. Several of the passengers were children, police said. The extent of their injuries was not known.

Mr. Khan died about 3 a.m. yesterday at Hopkins hospital.

Kimberly Sue Carnabuci of Pasadena died of injuries she suffered when she was thrown from the car she was driving on Interstate 97 near Benfield Road in Anne Arundel County about 7:30 p.m. Friday. Ms. Carnabuci, 23, was traveling south on I-97 ++ at a high speed when her car, a 1994 Ford Aspire, struck a pickup truck, went out of control and overturned several times, witnesses told police.

She died at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, police said. The driver of the pickup, whom police did not identify, was not injured.

Ms. Carnabuci was not wearing a safety belt, police said.

A 35-year-old Elkton man was killed early yesterday when he was struck by a car on U.S. 40 near Route 213 in Elkton.

Police said Christopher Hale was lying or kneeling in the westbound lanes of U.S. 40 when he was struck by a 1987 Pontiac driven by Lisa Marie Kellum also of Elkton. Preliminary investigations indicated that Mr. Hale was intoxicated, police said.

Ms. Kellum was under the influence of alcohol, police said.

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