Mother, child hospitalized after car overturns, hits pole

November 07, 1995

A 7-year-old girl and her mother remained in fair condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after their car went off Deep Run Road, overturned and wrapped around a utility pole about 6:15 p.m. Sunday.

State police said Kelly Ann Burgan, 30, and her daughter Christina Marie of the 4600 block of Band Hall Hill Road were westbound on Deep Run Road near Kriders Schoolhouse Road in the Melrose area when Ms. Burgan apparently lost control of her 1993 Dodge Shadow, crossed the center and went off the left shoulder of the road.

Officers said the car overturned and slid sideways into the pole. Both occupants were wearing seat belts, and the vehicle was equipped with air bags.

Rescue workers from Manchester took 30 minutes to extricate the injured from the wrecked vehicle. Both were flown to the hospital in a state police helicopter.

Police said the woman had left the home of her parents and was following a vehicle driven by her husband when the crash occurred.

Residents can suggest names for new school

The Board of Education of Carroll County is extending an invitation to county residents to participate in the naming of the new elementary school being built in the Manchester area.

All suggestions must be submitted to the Superintendent of Schools, 55 N. Court St., Westminster 21157 no later than 4 p.m. Dec. 13.

The superintendent will submit a final recommendation to the board at its regular meeting Jan. 24.

Suggested names should give recognition to the school and the community of which it will be a part.

Fire

Codorus Township, Pa.:Codorus Township, Pa.: Lineboro responded to a field fire on Bonair Road in York County, Pa., at 3:48 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for six minutes.

Hampstead: Hampstead investigated the report of smoke in the 2100 block of Hanover Pike at 3:45 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for 14 minutes.

Manchester: Manchester responded to a brush fire at Backwoods and Bixler Church roads at about 7:23 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for 30 minutes.

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