Manchester woman, niece killed in Route 27 accident

Two teens in other car taken to Shock Trauma

May 21, 2004|By Athima Chansanchai | Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF

A Manchester woman and her niece were killed Wednesday night after their vehicle and another collided on Route 27 south of Route 30, Maryland State Police said yesterday.

Shirley Bosley, 70, and Tammy Reindollar, 34, both of the 2800 block of Manchester Road, died after Bosley attempted to turn left into a driveway at 9:47 p.m. while traveling north on Route 27.

Bosley's 1997 Subaru Legacy station wagon hit a 1987 Corvette driven by Kathleen McIntyre, 46, who was traveling south on Route 27.

McIntyre, of the 3200 block of Manchester Road, was traveling with two male teens, 16 and 14. The older of the two was McIntyre's son. No one in the Corvette was wearing seatbelts, police said. Both teens were ejected from the Corvette and taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Authorities said they were in stable condition yesterday.

McIntyre was taken to Carroll Hospital Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

Reindollar, who had limited mobility because of a disability, was trapped in the front passenger seat of the Subaru and died at the scene. Bosley was taken to Carroll Hospital Center, where she was pronounced dead.

State police at Westminster said an investigation, which includes accident reconstruction, is in its early stages.

Nancy Huffman, Bosley's neighbor of 14 years, said Bosley and Reindollar were on their way home from church when the accident occurred.

Huffman said Reindollar lived with Bosley, who took care of her because of her disability.

"Shirley was one of those people who was always taking care of others," Huffman said. "She was always taking family and friends to doctor's appointments."

Ralph Dull, a Manchester resident, said Bosley and Reindollar were regulars at the Main Street Country Kitchen in Manchester.

"I just saw them yesterday at lunch," Dull said.

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