Man on life support after Pulaski crash

September 10, 2002

A 19-year-old Perry Hall man was gravely injured and on life support last night after the car he was driving on Pulaski Highway in White Marsh struck the rear of a tractor-trailer, shearing off the car's roof, Baltimore County police said.

The injured man, Bryan Patrick Walbrecher of the 4500 block of King George Court, was driving a 1995 Saturn west in the 9300 block of Pulaski at 6:20 p.m., well above the 50-mph limit, when he struck the rear of the rig as it was crossing the westbound lane from Dryden Oil Co. to turn east on the highway, said Officer Stephen Forster.

Walbrecher, an electrician, suffered severe head injuries, and the truck driver was unhurt, Forster said.

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