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September 17, 2010
The Johns Hopkins doctor who was shot by the son of a patient is in fair condition today, a hospital spokesman said. David B. Cohen was shot yesterday after a tense discussion with the son, who was distraught about his mother's condition. The shooter, Paul Warren Pardus, then locked himself in the room with his mother and fatally shot her and himself. The incident caused a day-long panic at the hospital, where many people were evacuated and others were told to stay in their offices and rooms.
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By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | July 23, 2013
The man shot by Howard County Police inside of BJ's Wholesale Club in Columbia earlier this month has been charged with assault, theft and reckless endangerment as he recovers at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Howard Carvel Smith, 33, of the 5500 block of Harpers Farm Road in Columbia, was shot once by a police officer in the store's Tire Center after he refused to drop a knife he pulled on a store loss prevention officer, according to the charging documents. On July 20, Smith was upgraded from critical to fair condition, according to a hospital spokesperson.
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May 30, 1996
A Randallstown man remained hospitalized yesterday for injuries he suffered in a car accident Tuesday night on Route 32 near Johnsville Road in Eldersburg, state police said.Michael J. Gibson, 62, of the 10300 block of Liberty Road was in fair condition at Carroll County General Hospital in Westminster, a hospital spokeswoman said.State police said Gibson was traveling south on Route 32 when his 1984 Cadillac drifted off the road and struck a utility pole at 11: 17 p.m. Tuesday.Pub Date: 5/30/96
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Timothy B. Wheeler, The BaltimoreSun | September 7, 2012
The Perry Hall High School student shot on the first day of school has improved to fair condition, according to a spokesman for Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Daniel Borowy, 17, had been listed in critical condition since Aug. 27, when he was shot in the back in the school cafeteria. He underwent multiple surgeries to treat his injuries. A Baltimore County grand jury indicted student Robert Wayne Gladden Jr. earlier this week on multiple charges including attempted murder, first-degree assault and reckless endangerment.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 18, 2002
A 15-year-old girl was listed in fair condition last night at the pediatric trauma unit of Johns Hopkins Children's Center after being attacked in her Southwest Baltimore home by two pit bulls, police said. Police said the girl, whose name was not released, suffered lacerations from dog bites to her left arm, chin and lip. Part of her lip was torn off, police said. The attack occurred about 9 p.m. yesterday in the 1200 block of Sargeant St., police said. Neighbors said city animal control officials arrived at the girl's home shortly after the attack and the dogs were taken into custody.
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March 16, 1995
An 18-year-old Ellicott City man was listed in fair condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday, a day after his car crashed into a tree in Columbia.John Herbert Beakes III, of the 11600 block of Foxspur Court, was not wearing a seat belt when the accident occurred at 2:50 p.m. Tuesday, police said.According to police, Mr. Beakes was driving north on Harpers Farm Road in Columbia's Harper's Choice Village when he steered his Dodge Shadow from the northbound fast lane to the slow lane.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 17, 1998
A 16-year-old who was struck by a car while crossing a busy Elkridge street on in-line skates was listed in fair condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center last night.John Rustin Reed of the 7800 block of Marioak Drive was skating across Route 108 just north of Lark Brown Road at 7: 15 p.m. Sunday when he was hit by a car traveling north on Route 108, police said.Ammar Ahmad, 24, of the 8500 block of Pine Run Court in Ellicott City, was driving the car, police said.Howard County police said the accident is under investigation.
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September 25, 2000
A 21-year-old Naval Academy midshipman was in fair condition last night after being injured in a bull-riding competition Friday night at a bar near Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Antonio Garcia was riding a bull during a contest at Cancun Cantina, in the 7500 block of Old Telegraph Road, around 8:30 p.m. when he was hit by the bull's head. Garcia was trying to stay on the bull for eight seconds, with only one hand touching the bull, to win the contest's $500, said Tony Toskov, owner of the bar. Garcia was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he remains.
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By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2010
Elizabeth Coxe's back pain was flaring up again. She'd been thrown from a horse about 35 years ago, and a new knee injury was aggravating the old hurt. Last fall, on the advice of friends, she sought and got relief from Dr. David B. Cohen, the Johns Hopkins orthopedic surgeon who was shot in the abdomen by the distraught son of another patient Thursday morning. "He sat down and explained so much to me in great detail," she said. "Today, some doctors take time, but many do not. He was so careful about explaining everything.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 16, 2011
A father suspected of stabbing his wife and daughters at the family home in Crofton will face attempted second-degree murder and related charges, Anne Arundel County police said. Investigators obtained an arrest warrant Thursday for Julio Cesar Esquetini, 49, of the 1600 block of Forest Hill Court in the Crofton Meadows Four townhouse community. He was under police guard at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, according to police spokesman Justin Mulcahy. The victims -- his wife, also 49, and daughters, ages 20 and 13, were in fair condition at the same hospital, he said.
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By Meredith Cohn | June 4, 2012
Lindsey Duquette and her father, former Orioles executive Jim Duquette, have come through their transplant surgeries and are recovering at Johns Hopkins Hospital, a spokesperson for the hospital said Monday. The father gave his daughter a kidney after her organs were destroyed by a rare disease called focal segmental glomerulosclerosis . Both are listed in fair condition, the hospital said.  There is no cure for the disease that is diagnosed in only 5,400 people a year.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2011
A 17-year-old Baltimore County girl was in critical condition Thursday, severely burned over half her body, after someone poured gasoline over burning embers in a grill that then exploded, fire officials say. Two other teens — another 17-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy — were also injured in the fire about 9 p.m. Wednesday outside a house in the 6000 block of Shady Spring Ave. in Rosedale, near Interstate 95 and the Baltimore Beltway....
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By Candus Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2011
An early-morning shooting in Annapolis left two men injured Saturday, one critically, police said. Officers sent to the 400 block of Captains Circle, just south of U.S. 50, at 1:30 a.m. found Guan JR Brown, 33, shot in the torso and James Donta Wilson, 30, shot in the leg. Brown is listed in critical condition at Shock Trauma and Wilson is in fair condition. No arrests have been made. candy.thomson@baltsun.com
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2011
A construction worker who was injured in an accident Friday at the construction site of the Arundel Mills slots parlor has had his condition upgraded, a Maryland Shock Trauma spokeswoman said Monday. Darbin Suazo-Jimenez, 25, of Manassas, Va., is in serious but stable condition, the spokeswoman said. Over the weekend, Suazo-Jimenez had been upgraded from "critical" to "fair" condition, the hospital spokeswoman said, but his status deteriorated to critical Sunday night. Suazo-Jimenez had been taken to Shock Trauma on Friday morning with life-threatening injuries after a wall, which was made of 25 tons of precast concrete and measured about 30 feet tall and 40 feet wide, suddenly collapsed at the work site.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2011
The surviving worker involved in a fatal mishap Friday at the construction site of the Arundel Mills slots parlor was downgraded to critical but stable condition, a Maryland Shock Trauma spokeswoman said Sunday night. Darbin Suazo-Jimenez, 25, of Manassas, Va., had been upgraded from "critical" to "fair" condition over the weekend, according to another spokeswoman. Suazo-Jimenez was taken to Shock Trauma on Friday morning with life-threatening injuries after a wall, which was made of 25 tons of precast concrete and measured about 30 feet tall and 40 feet wide, suddenly collapsed at the work site.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 16, 2011
A father suspected of stabbing his wife and daughters at the family home in Crofton will face attempted second-degree murder and related charges, Anne Arundel County police said. Investigators obtained an arrest warrant Thursday for Julio Cesar Esquetini, 49, of the 1600 block of Forest Hill Court in the Crofton Meadows Four townhouse community. He was under police guard at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, according to police spokesman Justin Mulcahy. The victims -- his wife, also 49, and daughters, ages 20 and 13, were in fair condition at the same hospital, he said.
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By Kathryn Hansen and Kathryn Hansen,Baltimoresun.com Staff | September 27, 2004
An Edgewood man was hospitalized after being stabbed five to seven times early Sunday in a robbery on Windstream Way, the Harford County Sheriff's Department said. Investigators identified the victim as John Howard, 23. According to Lt. Jim Eyler of the sheriff's department, Howard was sitting in his car around 4 a.m. outside the Sunrise Condominiums when he was approached by two black men, ordered to get out of the vehicle and hand over any valuables. Eyler said that Howard, who had been waiting for a friend, was then stabbed five to seven times in his right side.
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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2003
A 10-year-old boy mauled by a pit bull in an East Baltimore alley yesterday was rescued by more than a dozen neighbors and rushed to Johns Hopkins Hospital, police officials and neighbors said yesterday. The boy was listed in fair condition last night, hospital officials said. Officer Troy Harris, a city police spokesman, said the boy, identified by family members as Keontay Taylor of the 2400 block of E. Oliver St., has severe lacerations on his arms and legs. Alarmed by his cries for help, a group of neighbors hurled bricks, poles and an old air-conditioning unit at the dog to try to dislodge the boy from its jaws, witnesses said.
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By Yeganeh June Torbati, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2010
One man died and two men and a woman were hurt in the early hours of Wednesday morning in separate shooting and stabbing incidents, police said. Just after midnight, police were called to the 5500 block of Richard Ave. in the Glenham-Belford neighborhood, and found a 25-year-old man shot in the head and torso and a 23-year-old woman with a graze wound to the leg. The man was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital and was pronounced dead at 12:55. Police are not releasing his name until his family has been notified, said Det. Kevin Brown, a police spokesman.
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