Regional Recap, March 21, 2011

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Girl, 13, Hit By Car In Annapolis. Police in Annapolis said a teenaged pedestrian was hit by a car Friday afternoon.Emergency crews were called to the corner of Forest Drive and Tyler Avenue in Annapolis around 3:30 p.m. Friday.Crews found a 13-year-old girl at the scene who was bleeding from the head and alert.Police said the girl was flown to Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in unknown condition.There’s no word yet on what caused the crash or who was at fault.

Calvert County Fire Injures 6 Firefighters. A nine-bedroom, $2 million mansion on the Patuxent River was destroyed in a fire that left several firefighters injured.Calvert County fire officials said six volunteer firefighters were hospitalized after battling the fire early Sunday. One was in serious condition.The five people inside the Huntingtown home were able to escape safely, fire crews said.Assistant Fire Chief Michael Montgomery said the fire may have started in a basement fireplace.

Lady Terps Clobber St. Francis, Advance To 2nd Round. Back in the NCAA tournament after a year’s absence, Maryland quickly made it apparent that this would not be an abbreviated appearance.The Terrapins scored the game’s first 13 points, led by 23 at halftime and cruised to an opening-round 70-48 victory over St. Francis (Pa.) on Sunday.Maryland, the fourth seed in the Philadelphia Regional, will next face the winner of Sunday’s game between Georgetown and Princeton.Alyssa Thomas scored 10 of her 16 points in the first half for the Terrapins (24-7), who have no seniors and six freshmen (including Thomas) on the roster.

Police: 4-Year Old Boy Who Shot Self Dies.  A 4-year-old boy died after police said he somehow managed to shoot himself on Sunday. Baltimore City police responded to the 3600 block of Fernhill Avenue at about 10:30 a.m. The boy was taken to Sinai Hospital in critical condition and later transferred to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Preliminary information indicated that the shooting was self-inflicted, authorities said.

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