Driver hurt in police crash

December 05, 2006|By Annie Linskey | Annie Linskey,Sun Reporter

A man remained in serious but stable condition in Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday after a weekend collision with a city patrol car in the Brooklyn neighborhood, police said.

Domingo Ferrar Jr., pulled his 2006 Ford Focus out of a Citgo station onto Patapsco Avenue about 9:40 p.m. Sunday when he collided with an eastbound patrol car with its lights and sirens on, said Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman.

Officer Elizabeth Scott, 31, was responding to a report of a shooting, Moses said. Her car hit the front left and driver's door of Ferrar's car.

Ferrar's car then struck a parked truck and a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser that was stopped on Ninth Street, Moses said. The driver of the PT Cruiser was not treated, Moses said.

Scott was treated and released from Shock Trauma, Moses said. She is a three-year member of the department, assigned to the city's Southern District police station.

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