Two youths' status critical after crash

March 12, 1998

Two Anne Arundel youths were in critical condition and another in serious condition after a car making a left turn from Crain Highway in Glen Burnie was struck by another car yesterday.

According to police, Mark Bryan Hedrick Jr., 18, was headed south on Crain Highway in a 1987 Ford Thunderbird about 6: 45 a.m. and tried to make a left turn onto Hiddenbrook Drive when Jason Andrew Krick, 17, of Severn, in a 1987 Dodge Colt, struck Hedrick's vehicle.

Glen Burnie residents Dustin Baker, 16, of the 500 block of Old Stage Court, and Michael Ross, 15, of the 500 block of Mayo Road, both passengers in Hedrick's car, were in critical condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday evening.

Hedrick, of the 600 block of Pamela Road in Glen Burnie, was in serious but stable condition.

Krick, of the 700 block of Tobbin Court in Severn, was treated and released.

All four were flown by helicopter to shock trauma.

Police said witnesses reported that Hedrick's car was in the intersection waiting to make a left turn and began to do so after the light turned red when the accident occurred.

Police said they have completed their investigation, but have not filed charges.

Pub Date: 3/12/98

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