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Baltimore women die in Interstate 70 crash

July 09, 2004

MYERSVILLE, Md. - Two Baltimore woman were killed and a Columbia, Md., woman was seriously injured when the vehicle in which they were riding was involved in an accident on Interstate 70 Wednesday evening, Maryland State Police said.

Police said Sallie G. Means, 58, and Bonita Sayles, 51, both of Baltimore, died at the scene of the I-70 crash near the Myersville, Md., exit.

Police said Ola Mae Feaster, 61, Means' sister and a co-worker of Sayles, sustained life-threatening-injuries in the 8 p.m. accident and was flown to Washington County Hospital.

Feaster was listed in serious condition Thursday night, a Washington County Hospital spokeswoman said.

The drivers of two other vehicles involved - Jonathan F. Jordan, 23, of Largo, Md., and Kulwant Singh, 34, of Fresno, Calif. - were not seriously injured and refused medical treatment at the scene, police said.

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A Toyota, being driven by Means, and a black Acura driven by Jordan, collided in the eastbound lanes of I-70 and crossed onto the westbound lanes, police said. The Toyota and a tractor-trailer driven by Singh then collided head-on, police said.

The tractor-trailer forced the Toyota back into the median and landed on top of it, police said.

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