Collision at Severna Park intersection leaves 4 injured, including 2 children

May 04, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

At least four people -- including a woman and her two children -- were injured in a collision yesterday morning at a Severna Park intersection.

The mother, Julie K. Tollett, 40, of Severna Park, was listed in fair condition last night after being flown by state police MedEvac helicopter to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Her children, Allison, 11, and Jacob, 3, were treated and released after being flown to the Johns Hopkins pediatric trauma center.

The other driver, Janie D. Golden, 33, of Millersville, was released after treatment at North Arundel Hospital.

Police said a northbound vehicle on Jumpers Hole Road ran a red light. The vehicle driven by Tollett was hit as she entered the intersection from Retford Drive. Then Tollett's vehicle overturned, briefly trapping her and the children, police said.

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