4 die in traffic accidents

January 15, 1995|By From Staff Reports

A Parkville motorcyclist was found dead early yesterday on foggy Pulaski Highway in Eastern Baltimore County -- one of four people to die in unrelated accidents statewide starting Friday night. Another man was killed by a train.

Baltimore County police said Randy Lee Laubscher, 22, of the 8700 block of Stuckwell Road in Parkville was struck by a hit-and-run driver.

Police are searching for the other vehicle, and ask anyone with information about the accident to call 887-1344 or 887-2198. Other accidents:

Anne Arundel County

A Severna Park man died shortly after midnight when an oncoming car hit his Chrysler as he tried to turn left from Ritchie Highway onto Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard.

County police said Alpha Key Hickman, 45, of the first block of Severn River Road was dead at the scene of multiple injuries. His vehicle was struck by a southbound Chevrolet Blazer police said was driven by Stephen M. Fogle, 38, of the 100 block of Chestnut Road in Stevensville.

Police said the cause of the accident was Mr. Hickman's failure to yield the right-of-way.

Montgomery County

Roberto F. Sousa, 32, of the 2400 block of Desert Wine Court, Damascus, died when his speeding Ford Taurus hit a utility pole on Route 124 at Barcelona Drive shortly before 1 a.m. yesterday, county police said.

Frederick County

Margaret E. Eaves, 74, of the 200 block of Chapel Court, Walkersville, was killed by a pickup truck when she walked onto Route 194 at Sandstone Drive near her home at 5:30 p.m. Friday, state police said.

No charges will be placed against the driver, police said.

Prince George's County

An unidentified man was killed at 2:45 a.m. yesterday after being hit by a CSX train near the 8600 block of Cherry Lane in Laurel. An autopsy will be performed.

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