4 people injured, 3 seriously, in weekend traffic accidents Pickup hits parked car on Route 26, overturns

April 15, 1997|By Mike Farabaugh | Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF

Four Carroll County residents were injured, three seriously, in unrelated traffic accidents during the weekend, state police said.

Two Sykesville men were injured when a pickup truck struck an unoccupied car parked along Route 26 near Oakland Mills Road at 2: 18 a.m. Sunday. Police said the truck overturned, ejecting a passenger.

The passenger, Craig Dacuycuy, 30, was reported in serious but stable condition yesterday at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, a hospital spokeswoman said.

The driver, Ronald E. Alder Jr., 22, was treated and released Sunday at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown, a hospital spokesman said.

In an accident in Manchester a Westminster woman was injured early Saturday when her Chevrolet Cavalier veered off Route 30, struck a telephone pole and went airborne before crashing into a tree.

Antoinette Wingrove, 39, was in serious condition yesterday at Shock Trauma, a spokeswoman said.

In Hampstead, a pedestrian, Sarah K. Lampe, was injured at 11: 15 p.m. Friday when she was struck by a Jeep Wrangler as she stood on a sidewalk in front of a Hampstead pizza shop in the 2800 block of Hanover Pike, police said.

She was taken to Carroll County General Hospital and later transferred to Shock Trauma, where she was in serious but stable condition yesterday, a spokeswoman said.

Police said the Jeep's driver, Teresa L. Mays, 19, of Millers, told them she pressed the accelerator instead of the brake as she was trying to park.

Pub Date: 4/15/97

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