Arundel Digest


December 22, 2004

Four people injured when truck, shuttle collide on icy road

Four people were injured, one seriously, Monday morning after a box truck collided with a shuttle-service van that slid down an icy hill on Epping Forest Road near Woodlore Road, northwest of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County police said.

An Airport Shuttle Van that was traveling to pick up its next passenger slid backward. An Isuzu box truck, traveling east, struck the passenger side of the van, police said.

Ethel Margaret Long, 78, of Annapolis, a shuttle-van passenger, was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where she was in serious condition yesterday.

Oscar Wilbur Fink, the van driver, and Michelle Lyons, a passenger in the box truck, were flown to Prince George's County Shock Trauma, where they were listed in stable condition.

Tyrone Cooper, identified by police as the box-truck driver, was in stable condition at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

2 Annapolis men charged in gas station robbery

Anne Arundel County police arrested two Annapolis men after a Shell gas station in the 2000 block of West St. in Annapolis was held up yesterday morning.

Billy David Carroll, 29, and Andrew David Holland, 46, were charged with armed robbery after they were found inside a van parked at the Days Inn on Riva Road. Money and a weapon were recovered, police said.

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