Accidents in county kill two, injure four Authorities give details of four different incidents

October 09, 1998|By Dail Willis | Dail Willis,SUN STAFF

Two people died and four others were injured in Baltimore County accidents, police said yesterday.

Stacy Corbin, 27, of the first block of Breeze Branch Court in Timonium was killed when she was thrown from a car that skidded off York Road and into a ravine about 1 a.m. yesterday, county police said. Corbin was a passenger in a 1995 Porsche driven by Robert Louis Serio, 43, of the first block of Glen Falls Path in Sparks, police said.

Serio was driving south on York Road near Quaker Bottom Road when he lost control of the car, said Cpl. Vickie Warehime of the Baltimore County Police Department. Serio suffered minor injuries in the crash, which remains under investigation, she said.

A bicyclist died Wednesday night after he was struck by a car in the westbound lanes of Peninsula Expressway in Dundalk, police said. A 1993 Jeep Cherokee, driven by Michael Duncan of the 700 block of Mallard Court in Edgewood, struck Cecil Ramon Jones, 34, of no permanent address, about 8: 30 p.m. as he pedaled through a red light into the intersection of the expressway and Merritt Boulevard. Police said Jones died of head injuries at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

A Butler woman who lost control of her vehicle on Belfast Road was injured about 10 a.m. yesterday, Warehime said.

Carol Grant of the 15000 block of Falls Road was driving a 1998 Subaru east on Belfast Road when she pulled out to pass on a double yellow line, Warehime said. Oncoming traffic forced her back into her lane, and she hit a utility pole, police said. She was treated and released from Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, hospital officials said.

In the fourth accident, the car of a state trooper who had pulled over a motorist on the shoulder of Interstate 695 near Reisterstown Road was hit yesterday.

Trooper William George of the Golden Ring Barracks had stopped a Frederick woman, Coeli L. Brunty, said Sgt. Laura Lu Herman of the Maryland State Police. His cruiser was rear-ended by a car driven by Linda Belcher, 30, of Essex. Brunty was not injured; Belcher and George were treated and released from area hospitals.

Pub Date: 10/09/98

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