Saturday, February 16, 2013
Police said Ryan Douglas Anderson, 20, of Harwood died Saturday night after his car crashed into a home on Hillside Avenue.
UPDATE (10:45 a.m. Tuesday)—The driver of the car that crashed into a home on Hillside Avenue early Saturday morning has died, according to Anne Arundel County police. Police said Ryan Douglas Anderson, 20, of Harwood succumbed to injuries sustained in the crash at 9:02 p.m. Saturday at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore. Shortly after 1:30 a.m., the Honda Civic that Anderson was driving failed to negotiate a "T" intersection at the 900 block of Hillside Avenue, resulting in the vehicle colliding into a house. The occupants of the house were not harmed, according to police.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Reports say Kevin O'Brien, 25, of Edgewater died at the scene after a large tree fell on the vehicle he was driving Friday night.
An Edgewater man died late Friday night after a large tree fell on the vehicle he was driving. High winds and heavy rains were reported in the area at the time of the incident just before midnight. Anne Arundel County Police said Kevin Alan O'Brien, 25, was pronounced dead at the scene. O'Brien was reportedly driving a Ford Escape eastbound on Harwood Road, west of Richardson Road, when a large tree fell on the roadway. The tree landed on the front of the vehicle and trapped the three occupants, one of whom was able to exit on his own, according to a press release from police. Anne Arundel County Fire Department and medic units responded to the scene. The two passengers, both from Davidsonville, were transported to Anne Arundel Medical …
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
One patient was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma after a four-car crash near Gingerville.
An accident around 8 a.m. Wednesday involving four vehicles on Route 2 was responsible for snarling traffic in all directions out of Edgewater during the morning rush hour. The accident that started the chain reaction of tie-ups took place in the northbound lane of Solomons Island Road at Tarragon Lane, near the entrance to the Gingerville neighborhood. According to Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman Michael Cox, a 26-year-old woman was transported to the shock trauma center in Baltimore with serious but not life-threatening injuries. Cox did not have an indication of how the accident started or happened. Patch has reached out to Anne Arundel County Police spokesman for further details. Among the drivers of the other three cars…
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Police say the driver hit a tree after failing to negotiate a turn in the road.
Anne Arundel County Police were called to the intersection of Mullen Lane and Bounty's View Lane at about 3:45 a.m. on Tuesday for a report of a car crash. According to the police report, Diane Clarisa Renzi, 40 of the 5000 block of Bounty's View Lane, was pronounced dead at the scene. Renzi's car was the only one involved in the crash. The report said a preliminary investigation suggests that Renzi was unable to negotiate her 2006 Volvo into a turn from Bounty's View Lane onto Mullen Lane and hit a tree. At this time, police believe that alcohol may be a contributing factor to the crash. The investigation is ongoing.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Crash happened as fans left last home basketball game of the year.
A motor vehicle accident involving two cars happened around 8:30 p.m. Friday (Feb. 11) as students and others left the parking lot at South River High School following evening activities. Witnesses said that a silver four-door sedan was traveling west on 214 (Central Avenue) at a high rate of speed when it ran a red light and crashed into a white van that was proceeding (on green) through the intersection. The force of the crash broke ladder racks off the van and sent several extension ladders into the roadway. There were hundreds of cars in the high school parking lot attempting to exit because of several activities at the high school on Friday night, including the final varsity home basketball games of the year (against south county …
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Last night's single car accident on Bay Front Road in Deale possible result of icy conditions, speed.
Editor's Note: a Patch reader commented that the accident actually happened at 6 p.m. and that the police department report indicated the incorrect time. Last night around 10:30pm, Shady Side resident Shaun Deamore Washington, 29, was traveling eastbound on Bay Front Road when he lost control of his 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis, crossed the center line and crashed into a guardrail. Washington's automobile was the only vehicle involved in the crash. The Anne Arundel County Police Department report issued by southern district officers suggested that Washington was driving about a half-mile from Route 2 (Solomons Island Road) when he lost control and the car left the roadway. The report indicates that the road was icy and that frozen, mixed …