Glen Burnie man killed, 2 injured in collisionA Glen...

June 14, 1996

Glen Burnie man killed, 2 injured in collision

A Glen Burnie man was killed and two people were injured Wednesday when a 1990 Toyota Supra collided head on with a 1987 Buick Century on Donaldson Avenue in Severn, county police said.

Michael D. Anderson, 36, of the first block of St. Agnes Road was pronounced dead at the scene. His wife, Dawn Teresa Lamartina Anderson, 38, was in critical condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Terry Tyrone Belt, 38, of the 500 block of Glen Court in Glen Burnie suffered leg and head injuries and was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released.

The Andersons, driving east on Donaldson Avenue in their Buick shortly after 10 p.m., had just passed W B&A Road when the Supra, driven by Belt, crossed the center line and struck the couple's vehicle head on, police said.

None of the occupants wore seat belts, police said. The accident is being investigated, police said.

Silver Spring man dies in Lothian car crash

A Silver Spring man died at Prince George's Hospital Trauma Center yesterday from injuries he suffered Wednesday in a car accident in Lothian, county police said.

Richard Daniel Hohensee, 62, of the 10100 block of New Hampshire Ave., who sustained head and chest injuries, was pronounced dead shortly before 3 a.m. yesterday.

Police said Hohensee was eastbound on Bay Front Road about 4 p.m. when his 1986 Toyota Tercel veered off the right shoulder and struck a guardrail. The impact forced the car back on the road, but it crossed both lanes of traffic and ran off the left side of the road where it came to rest in trees and shrubs, police said.

Officers are trying to determine why Hohensee lost control of his car.

Four injured when car leaves road, hits tree

Three children and one adult were injured Wednesday when the station wagon in which they were riding ran off Defense Highway near Cox Road and hit a tree about 7: 30 a.m., county police said.

Bria Kirby, 2, and Breonna Stevens, 4, of the 400 block of Secluded Post Circle in Glen Burnie were at Johns Hopkins Childrens Center yesterday.

Bria was reported in critical condition and Breonna was in good condition with facial injuries.

Benjamin Delano Kirby, 24, and Brandi Kirby, 1, also of the Secluded Post Circle address, were treated for minor injuries at North Arundel Hospital and released.

Pub Date: 6/14/96

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