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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | October 12, 1998
Alfred Myers Jr., 18, and Chase Carpintieri, 11, two Middle River youths who were involved in an automobile accident that killed their brothers and another youth, were released Saturday from Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said yesterday.According to Baltimore County police, Myers lost control of the 1985 Ford Mustang he was driving east in the 11800 block of Eastern Ave. and crashed into woods about midnight Friday.Corey Butler, 16; Angelo Carpintieri, 14; and Daniel Myers, 12, died at the scene, police said.
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June 12, 2008
A 2-year-old boy who was wounded when a gunman opened fire on a crowd outside a West Baltimore apartment building Monday night was released from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center yesterday, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Steven Cole Jr. was one of two children struck in the attack outside Warwick Apartments in the 2400 block of Winchester St. Police attributed the 10 p.m. shootings to a dispute between gangs and said they were searching for a dark-colored sedan in which the gunman rode.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 13, 2001
Two Howard County teen-agers badly injured Friday when the Dodge Spirit in which they and four other Oakland Mills High School students were riding crashed and turned over in Columbia were in serious condition yesterday at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. All the youths live in Columbia. Michael Wisthoff, 16, who was in critical condition hours after the crash, has improved slightly. Dayle Lynn Lovett, 17, remained in serious condition, a hospital spokeswoman said. Three of the others - Kristen Elizabeth Peel, 16; Becky Walter, 15; and the driver, Anthony Montoya, 18 - were treated at Howard County General Hospital on Friday and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.
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By Arin Gencer and Arin Gencer,Sun Reporter | February 23, 2008
Investigators were working to determine the cause of a car collision in Carroll County that killed a local orthodontist and injured seven others, Maryland State Police said yesterday. Dr. Kevin Robert Lawyer, 39, of Finksburg died in the wreck, which occurred about 4:30 p.m. Thursday on Route 91 south of Old Gamber Road, police said. Lawyer was driving southbound on Route 91 in a GMC Yukon with his six children, ages 5 to 11, when his vehicle crossed the center dividing line and struck an Utz delivery truck.
NEWS
September 18, 1991
Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital removed a bullet yesterday from the head of 4-year-old Quantae Maurice Johnson, who was struck by a stray shot in the dining room of his grandmother's East Baltimore home 10 days ago.The pre-schooler was in stable condition last night and could be released from the hospital in two weeks, a hospital spokeswoman said. The bullet was turned over to police, she said.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | May 20, 1997
Three Westminster residents were severely injured early yesterday, when a Chrysler sedan in which they were traveling ran off Bull Frog Road, striking several trees before exploding, state police said.The driver and two passengers crawled from the car before it burst into flames.Luigi P. Fistoleana, 25, of the 200 block of E. Main St., was identified as the driver. He was flown by state MedEvac helicopter to Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, where he was in good condition yesterday afternoon, a hospital spokeswoman said.
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By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2002
A woman receiving treatment for an infected leg at the University of Maryland Medical Center has alleged that she was sexually assaulted by another patient early Friday, said her husband and a hospital spokeswoman. The 47-year-old woman from Baltimore said that a man staying in a room across the hall entered her room, unfastened her clothes and touched her, her husband said. Ellen Beth Levitt, a hospital spokeswoman, confirmed the husband's report of his wife's assault. "To my knowledge this has never happened before," she added.
SPORTS
March 6, 1993
Hall of Fame quarterback John Unitas, 59, was hospitalized at the University of Maryland Medical Center last night after complaining of chest pains after knee surgery, according to reports.A hospital spokeswoman would not release any information except to say that Unitas' condition was serious, as of midnight last night.WJZ-TV reported that Unitas experienced chest pain and an abnormal electrocardiogram and was placed in the hospital's cardiac care unit as a precaution.Unitas played with the Colts from 1956 to 1973.
NEWS
By Matthew Dolan | January 20, 2008
A Carroll County man who police said was stabbed by his brother Friday was listed in serious condition, hospital officials said yesterday. Officers found Jason T. Blizzard, 23, in the 100 block of E. Baltimore St. in Taneytown with at least one chest wound about 1 p.m. Friday, police said. Authorities charged his brother, Ryan W. Blizzard, 16, as an adult with attempted murder and assault. Jason Blizzard was sent to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with what were described as life-threatening injuries, police said.
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By Ed Heard and Ed Heard,SUN STAFF | October 5, 1995
A 6-year-old Mount Airy boy who suffered head injuries during a four-vehicle accident in Glenelg was in good condition yesterday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital's children's center, a hospital spokeswoman said.Casey Martin was in his mother's southbound 1995 Plymouth on Route 97 Monday afternoon when the car veered across the center line and struck a truck and two cars in the northbound lanes, police said.The boy's mother, Catherine Virginia Martin, 30, was flown by state police MedEvac helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where she was in serious but stable condition yesterday, a hospital spokeswoman said.
NEWS
By Matthew Dolan | January 20, 2008
A Carroll County man who police said was stabbed by his brother Friday was listed in serious condition, hospital officials said yesterday. Officers found Jason T. Blizzard, 23, in the 100 block of E. Baltimore St. in Taneytown with at least one chest wound about 1 p.m. Friday, police said. Authorities charged his brother, Ryan W. Blizzard, 16, as an adult with attempted murder and assault. Jason Blizzard was sent to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with what were described as life-threatening injuries, police said.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 8, 2004
In Baltimore City Board approves final formal step for biotech-park loan The Board of Estimates approved the final formal step yesterday for obtaining a $21.2 million federal loan to help finance a redevelopment effort in East Baltimore centered on a biotechnology park. The loan will be used to pay for demolition, acquiring properties and relocating residents whose homes are purchased by the nonprofit organization rebuilding the area north of Johns Hopkins Hospital. "It's a big step," said Jack Shannon, president and chief executive officer of East Baltimore Development Inc. "It's another key milestone."
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | July 8, 2003
Four people were critically injured when their sport utility vehicle overturned on northbound Interstate 95 near Joppa yesterday morning, backing up traffic for more than two hours, state police said. It was unclear why the driver of the 1996 Toyota 4Runner lost control of the vehicle, which flipped over on the shoulder of the highway near Mountain Road in Harford County about 5:50 a.m., said Lt. Nick Paros, commander of the JFK Highway barracks. The driver, Evenlin Aviles, 39, of New York City, and three of the four passengers in the SUV were flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
BUSINESS
By Julie Bell and Julie Bell,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2003
Union Memorial Hospital, faced with a busy heart-surgery program in need of improved space and an obstetrics program that is the least busy of any in Baltimore, will quit delivering babies as of March 25. The decision will end a program that began Oct. 10, 1930, with the opening of a maternity ward in the hospital at North Calvert Street and East University Parkway. The hospital's gynecology and pediatrics programs will continue. Its growing heart-surgery program - already one of the busiest in the area - will be consolidated from various locations on the ground floor onto the fourth floor, long the home of its labor and delivery rooms.
NEWS
By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2002
A woman receiving treatment for an infected leg at the University of Maryland Medical Center has alleged that she was sexually assaulted by another patient early Friday, said her husband and a hospital spokeswoman. The 47-year-old woman from Baltimore said that a man staying in a room across the hall entered her room, unfastened her clothes and touched her, her husband said. Ellen Beth Levitt, a hospital spokeswoman, confirmed the husband's report of his wife's assault. "To my knowledge this has never happened before," she added.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 17, 2002
Three of four young men injured in an auto accident early yesterday on Old Westminster Pike in Westminster remained hospitalized last night, Carroll County authorities said. According to police, the car was traveling east near Woodside Drive about 1 a.m. when the driver, Frank James Stewart Jr., 21, of Baltimore, crossed the center line and hit three parked cars on the opposite side of the road. The vehicle then crossed back to the eastbound lane and came to a stop against an embankment, said Maj. Thomas Long of the Carroll County sheriff's office.
NEWS
May 13, 1997
A Sykesville mother and her three sons were injured Sunday after she apparently suffered a seizure and her car struck a tree north of Mount Airy, state police said.Regina R. Clingan, 38, of the 3600 block of Sykesville Road was in fair condition at Carroll County General Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said yesterday.Daniel Clingan, 9, was treated and released, the spokeswoman said.Two other sons, Tom, 8, and Stephen, 6, were flown by state MedEvac helicopter to the pediatric center at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where they were in good condition yesterday, a hospital spokeswoman said.
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,Evening Sun Staff mTB | September 19, 1991
Daniel Perez is on a roll.In fact, Perez, 35, is being sought today by police in Baltimore and Baltimore County following his escape from a local hospital in a wheelchair.To add insult to injury, Perez allegedly stole the wheelchair and has been charged thusly.Perez was in Union Memorial Hospital on Tuesday being treated for two fractured heels he sustained during a police chase in the county. Details of why Perez was being chased were not available. Upon release from the hospital, he was to be charged in connection with that incident.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 24, 2002
NEW YORK - At least one man was killed and 10 others wounded by gunfire or knives yesterday when a motorcycle and tattoo exposition on Long Island erupted into what police described as a vicious battle between rival bike gangs. Havoc broke loose at the event, sponsored by a Long Island chapter of the Hells Angels, shortly after 4 p.m. when members of the other gang, the Pagans, entered a Plainview concert and catering hall, authorities said. Although details remained unclear last night, police and witnesses who were among about 1,000 people attending the event said gunfire erupted soon after the Pagans entered.
NEWS
September 20, 2001
Five Old Mill High School students suffered minor injuries when their school bus collided with a car yesterday morning, county officials said. The five girls, ranging in age from 13 to 17, were released from North Arundel Hospital after being treated for bumps and bruises, neck pain and headaches, police said. The bus, operated by J.B. Edwards Bus Service with 46 students aboard, was headed east on Donaldson Avenue in Severn when a four-door sedan pulled out from a 7-Eleven parking lot, police said.
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