Three remain hospitalized after crash that injured 8

October 03, 2004|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Two Ellicott City men remained hospitalized in serious condition yesterday after a head-on collision Thursday night on Folly Quarter Road.

Jason Herrera, 30, and Michael Case, 45, were taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after the two-vehicle crash on Folly Quarter Road near Quarterfield Road. The crash sent six others, including four school-age children, to area hospitals.

Herrera and Case were listed in serious condition yesterday. One of Herrera's passengers, Eva Herrera, 27, was listed in good condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Another passenger, Anastasia Tamaris, 30, was treated and released from Shock Trauma.

The children involved, 6-year-old Theodore Tamaris and Case's three children, ages 8, 11 and 12, were treated and released from local hospitals.

Howard County police said the accident occurred when a Mini Cooper driven by Jason Herrera crossed the double-yellow line and struck a BMW driven by Case.

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