Three people were killed and six injured in two traffic accidents yesterday and Saturday in Baltimore County and Baltimore City, authorities said.
About 5 a.m. yesterday, a Pikesville man was killed when he lost control of his Volkswagen Jetta and slammed into a tree at Park Heights Avenue and Fairway Road, said Baltimore County police Sgt. Ron Stotler.
Pavel A. Morozov, 32, of the 3600 block of Seven Mile Lane was pronounced dead at the scene, Stotler said.
He said Morozov was turning east onto Fairway from northbound Park Heights when he lost control of the car and hit the tree on the driver's side.
About 6 p.m. Saturday, two people were killed when a Chevrolet Beretta crashed into a light pole, then a utility pole in the 2300 block of Garrison Blvd. at Gwynns Falls Parkway, said Agent Ragina L. Cooper, a city police spokeswoman.
Almost immediately, a Toyota Corolla collided with a Dodge Neon, injuring five people, Cooper said. She did not know what caused the collision.
Rashard Brown, 20, of the 100 block of Brookebury Drive in Reisterstown and Daymond Simmons, 19, of the 200 block of Walgrove Road in Owings Mills were thrown from the back seat of the Beretta and were pronounced dead at the scene, Cooper said.
She said three passengers in the Beretta were injured:
Adam Reed Jr., 21, of the 600 block of Academy Lane in Owings Mills was treated for minor cuts at University of Maryland Medical Center and released.
Terrence E. Stokes, 19, of the first block of Brookebury Drive suffered unspecified injuries and was in critical but stable condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
Paul Thomas, 19, of the 600 block of Glynlee Court in Owings Mills was treated for unspecified injuries and released from Shock Trauma early yesterday.
The driver of the Toyota, Gwendolyn Wright, 49, of the 2600 block of Roslyn Ave. in Baltimore suffered unspecified injuries and was in good condition at Sinai Hospital yesterday, Cooper said.
Wright's passenger, Robert Harvey, 18, of the 4000 block of Dorchester Road in Baltimore suffered a collapsed lung, fractured pelvis and fractured ribs and was in critical but stable condition at Sinai yesterday, Cooper said.
She said the driver of the Neon, Jerry McLeaurin, 23, of the 3400 block of Gwynns Falls Parkway, was treated for minor injuries at University of Maryland Medical Center and released.
A passenger in the car was not injured, Cooper said.
Pub Date: 12/30/96