Two women suffer injuries when car is forced off road Hit-and-run driver sought by state police


Two women were knocked unconscious after their car was sideswiped Sunday night on Old Westminster Pike by a hit-and-run driver and careened into a field, striking a tree, state police said.

Rescue crews had to force the doors open to remove the victims, who were taken to Baltimore trauma centers for treatment.

Police said the driver of a 1988 Dodge Shadow was eastbound in the 900 block of Old Westminster Pike and was hit by an oncoming vehicle about 9:40 p.m.

Tammy Sue Marks, 30, of the 1500 block of E. Joppa Road near Towson was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center by state police MedEvac helicopter. Her condition yesterday was listed as fair.

The passenger, Sindy M. Stevens, 35, of Pasadena, Texas, was taken by the Reese medic unit to Sinai Hospital's trauma center. She was listed in fair condition yesterday.

Police said white paint was found on the Dodge. Anyone with information on the accident is asked to call police at 848-3111.

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