One injured in collision of 12 cyclists

April 25, 1995

A Washington man was injured Sunday morning when about 12 cyclists racing in the Gateway commerce complex in Columbia's Owen Brown village collided, Howard County rescue officials said.

Preston Black, 37, was transported to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore for treatment of pelvis and collar bone fractures, said Lt. Sean Kelly, a spokesman for the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue.

Mr. Black's accident with another biker at Columbia Gateway Drive and Robert Fulton Drive at 11 a.m. Sunday caused a chain-reaction that led to a pileup, rescue officials said.

Mr. Black was treated Sunday and released, a hospital spokeswoman said. Rescue officials said other cyclists suffered minor abrasions and were treated at the scene.

POLICE LOG

* Kings Contrivance: 9300 block of Spring Water Path: Someone broke the lock of a Ford truck and stole a Nikon camera and camera case Friday, police said.

7100 block of Riverwood Drive: Vandals destroyed a 2-by-4-foot business sign made of plastic and neon lights late Thursday, police said.

* Long Reach: 5500 block of Phelps Luck: Someone broke the driver's side window of a 1986 Chevrolet Friday, police said.

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