Two hurt when truck runs into embankment

October 26, 1994

Two passengers in the back of a pickup truck were taken to hospitals after the truck rolled through a stop sign at the end of Geeting Road, across Deep Run Road and crashed into an embankment about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, state police said.

Kristopher M. Kupisch, 28, of Hampstead was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. He was released Monday evening, according to a hospital spokesman.

John C. Flanary, 28, also of Hampstead was taken to Carroll County General Hospital and released after treatment.

State police said the driver of the 1992 Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck, Cloys E. Flanary, 44, who lives in the 100 block of N. Main St. in Hampstead, was southbound on Geeting Road when the accident occurred. He was not injured.


* Westminster: A resident of Rose Avenue reported someone broke into her auto Monday while it was parked on Sycamore Street and stole items valued at $420.

A resident of Sycamore Street told police someone broke a brake light lens of his car while it was parked near his house Monday. He estimated the loss at $100.

* Silver Run: A resident of the 3700 block of Littlestown Pike told state police someone entered his house through an unlocked door and stole $1,086 Sunday.


* Finksburg: Reese responded to clean up a hydraulic fluid spill on Route 91 near Lawndale Road at 11:08 a.m. Monday. Units were out for 31 minutes.

* Silver Run: Volunteers from the Pleasant Valley station investigated a fire alarm sounding in the 400 block of Silver Run Valley Road at 6:41 p.m. Monday. Units were out for 40 minutes.

* Westminster: Westminster units responded to an auto fire in the 1600 block of Washington Road at 7:56 p.m. Monday. They were out for 67 minutes.

Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to investigate a report of smoke in a building in the 200 block of E. Green St. at 8:29 p.m. Monday. Units were out for 33 minutes.

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