Two critically injured in Severn motorcycle crash
Two people were critically injured Saturday in Severn when a car collided with a motorcycle while making a left turn, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said. The motorcycle driver, Louis Eugene Manzi, 43, of Severn, and his passenger, Amy Caroline Brim, 27, of Severn, were taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center with critical injuries, police said. The driver of the car, Alexander H. Radcliffe III, 83, of Glen Burnie, was taken to BaltimoreWashington Medical Center with minor injuries. Police responded to a report of a motorcycle collision at the intersection of Quarterfield Road and Westphalia Drive around 10:30 a.m. Saturday. An investigation found a 2003 Hyundai Sonata made a left turn from Quarterfield Road onto Westphalia Drive into the path of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle, which was traveling on Quarterfield Road, police said. Manzi and Brim were thrown from the motorcycle. Both of their injuries were critical, but Brim is in stable condition, police said Sunday. An investigation is ongoing, and police are asking anyone who witnessed the accident to call the investigator, Cpl. Wilson, at 410-222-8753.