A motorcyclist who Baltimore police said was speeding on West Cold Spring Lane was killed yesterday when he collided with a sport utility vehicle.
It was the third traffic fatality in the Baltimore area yesterday. One in Baltimore County was attributed to alcohol and the other occurred in Howard County, where a pedestrian was struck by a pickup truck, authorities said.
Sgt. Paul Davis, a Baltimore traffic investigator, said a motorcyclist was speeding in the first block of W. Cold Spring Lane west of North Charles Street about 1: 37 p.m. when he ran into the right front fender of a Toyota 4-Runner, whose driver was turning left into Guilford Towers apartments.
The operator of the 1994 Honda motorcycle, whose name was withheld pending notification of relatives, was dead on arrival at Sinai Hospital, Davis said.
The driver of the Toyota was not injured, police said.
About 2: 30 a.m. at Cove Road and North Point Boulevard in Dundalk, a 1989 Ford Ranger pickup truck went through a red light and struck a 1987 Dodge van, killing the van's driver, Baltimore County police said.
William Hood, 48, of the 3800 block of Edgewater Place in Dundalk was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. He was driving east on Cove Road.
The driver of the truck, Stephen Glock of the 7800 block of Charlesmont Road in Dundalk, was charged with driving while intoxicated, police said.
Glock's 5-year-old son, Stephen Glock Jr., suffered serious head injuries and was first treated at Franklin Square Hospital Center, said a nursing supervisor there. He was transferred to the pediatric intensive care unit at University of Maryland Medical Center, according to a nursing supervisor there.
About 1 a.m., Noland Kendall McKinney, 33, of Bowie tried to cross southbound Interstate 95 in Elkridge, near where the highway crosses Montgomery Road, and was struck by a 1993 Honda truck, state police said.
Pub Date: 2/23/98