Man killed, another injured in Eldersburg truck crash

September 10, 1996

An Owings Mills man remained in serious but stable condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore yesterday after being injured in a weekend accident in Eldersburg in which another man was killed.

The man was in a 1993 Dodge pickup driven by Matthew Earl Brown, 24, of the 900 block of Lorimel Road, Eldersburg.

The truck went out of control late Saturday and struck several trees. Brown was pronounced dead at the scene, state police said.

The passenger, Thomas W. Isabella, 22, of the first block of Woodstream Court was taken to Carroll County General Hospital, treated and flown to the Baltimore trauma center, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Brown was driving north on Bartholow Road near Cherry Tree Lane about 11: 10 p.m. when his pickup left the road, state police said. The cause of the accident is under investigation.


Eldersburg: A resident of 6400 block of Knight Drive told state police Thursday that someone entered her home and stole jewelry between Aug. 15 and Aug. 31. The loss was estimated at $39,500

Sykesville: A resident of Forsythe Road told state police Thursday that someone stole a portable telephone while friends were visiting her townhouse Aug. 24. The loss was estimated at $199.


Sykesville: Firefighters from Gamber, Winfield and Liberty Road, Baltimore County, assisted Sykesville at 6: 26 p.m. Friday, responding for a building fire in the 6300 block of Georgetown Boulevard. Units were out 13 minutes.

Sykesville: Firefighters from Winfield assisted Sykesville at 8: 57 p.m. Friday, responding for a fire alarm in the 900 block of Johnsville Road. Units were out 30 minutes.

Sykesville: Firefighters responded at 11: 52 p.m. Friday for an electrical fire on Hoods Mill Road. Units were out three hours.

Sykesville: Firefighters responded at 12: 25 a.m. Saturday for a carbon monoxide alarm in the 3200 block of Gwen Lee Circle. Units were out 31 minutes.

Pub Date: 9/10/96

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