Glen Burnie man critical after accident

Three injured when SUV collides head-on with van

April 16, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

A Glen Burnie man was in critical condition last night, a day after a sport utility vehicle crashed head-on into his van in Pasadena.

Lucille Watkins, 51, of Pasadena, was driving a Ford Bronco on Fort Smallwood Road, near Edwin Raynor Boulevard, shortly after 5 p.m. Friday, when her car crossed the center line, police said. A van driven by Joseph Dunleavy, 47, was hit.

Watkins and Dunleavy were flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Watkins was treated and released.

Joseph Dunleavy Jr., 26, of Glen Burnie, who was riding in the van, was also treated and released from Shock Trauma.

No one has been charged in the accident. Police said they have not determined what caused Watkins to cross the center line.

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