DWI HIT PARADE – It was Donorcycle Day: Behind the 8 Ball Motorcyclist Allen Lull Blasted Thru Red Light to Near Deadly Doom
HANOVER, MD. – Anne Arundel County Police report that speed, weaving through traffic, blowing through a red light, and the likely imbibing in alcohol on the part of Allen Lull Jr. 31, of 5538 Dolores Avenue, Baltimore, Md., were major factors in a crash that resulted in both him and his passenger, Krystal Doris Kohl, 35, of the same address, being rushed to shock trauma in critical condition.
Police say that on June 24, 2018, at approximately 5:48 p.m., officers responded to a vehicle crash on Arundel Mills Boulevard and Bass Pro Drive in Hanover. A preliminary investigation showed that a Victory 8-Ball motorcycle was traveling eastbound on Bass Pro Drive approaching Arundel Mills Boulevard driving between other vehicles that were stopped for a red traffic signal. The motorcycle entered the intersection against the red traffic signal and was struck by a Honda Pilot that was traveling southbound on Arundel Mills Boulevard facing a steady green traffic signal.
When the motorcycle blew the red light and was struck by the Honda, the driver and passenger of the Honda suffered minor injuries and were transported to the Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie.
The motorcycle operator and passenger were transported to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with serious injuries. The driver and passenger of the Honda suffered minor injuries and were transported to the Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie. The primary cause of the accident appears to be the motorcycle operator’s failure to stop at the red signal. Alcohol may have also been a contributing factor. The Traffic Safety Section is investigating.
DWI HIT PARADE Police say the operator of Indian may have had too much firewater prior to airborne crash with curb
DAVIDSONVILLE, MD. – Anne Arundel County Police report that another motorcyclist suffered serious injuries in what may be an alcohol-related flight.
Police say that on June 24, 2018, at approximately 8:30 p.m., officers responded to a single vehicle motorcycle accident in the area of Birdsville Road and Blanford Way in Davidsonville. The preliminary investigation showed that an Indian motorcycle, operated by Terrence Barry, 55, of Bowdoin Avenue, College Park, Md., was traveling westbound on Birdsville Road when the driver lost control, struck a curb, and was thrown off the motorcycle.
The primary cause of the accident appears to be the motorcycle operator’s failure to maintain control of the motorcycle. Alcohol may have also been a contributing factor.