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April 04, 2005

PASADENA

Two hospitalized after car, postal service truck collide

The drivers of a U.S. Postal Service delivery vehicle and a car remained hospitalized yesterday after a collision Saturday afternoon near Fort Smallwood Road and Elizabeth Landing Way in Pasadena, Anne Arundel County police said.

Tammy Marie Kelly, 47, of the 8400 block of Miramar Road in Pasadena was driving a 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser north on Fort Smallwood Road about 5 p.m. when she crossed the center turn lane and crashed head-on into the postal truck, which had entered Fort Smallwood Road from Elizabeth Landing Way, police said.

Kelly and the driver of the postal vehicle, Thomas Ronald Ray, 57, of the 700 block of 222nd St. in Pasadena, were taken by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. A spokeswoman there said Kelly was in fair condition and Ray in serious condition yesterday.

Police said the crash is under investigation.

BALTIMORE

Man dies, another injured in fight outside restaurant

A fight early yesterday between three men inside a restaurant in the 800 block of Guilford Ave. escalated into gunfire outside, leaving one man dead and another wounded, police said.

Two men - one 25 and the other 28, whose names were not released - were involved in a fight with another man inside the 5 Seasons Ethiopian restaurant at Mount Vernon Market Center about 3 a.m. yesterday, and the fracas continued on a parking lot, police said.

The fight erupted into gunfire, leaving the 28-year-old dead at the scene from a head wound.

Before police and paramedics arrived, the 25-year-old, a resident of South Baltimore, walked to Mercy Medical Center. He was treated there for wounds to the upper body before being transferred to Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was expected to survive, police said.

Anyone with information is urged to call Detective Gordon Carew at 410-396-2100.

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