Woodbine Woman In Critical Condition Following A Motorcycle Collision In Clarksville


Howard County Police said a collision between a vehicle and motorcycle left one person in stable condition and another in critical condition.

Around 7:46 p.m. Sunday, police responded to a collision in Clarksville. A preliminary investigation revealed that a 2015 Ford Mustang was traveling northbound on Route 32 between Route 108 and Linden Road when it pulled onto the right shoulder and tried to make a U-turn. A 2014 Harley Davidson motorcycle traveling northbound behind the Mustang struck the Mustang’s driver side door.

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The driver and passenger of the motorcycle were ejected, police said. Sixty-six-year-old Wayne Thomas Duncan and 68-year-old Bonnie Lynn Duncan, both of Woodbine, were taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

As of Monday morning, Wayne Duncan was listed in stable condition and Bonnie Duncan was in critical condition, according to the news release.

The driver of the Mustang, 64-year-old Kevin Francis Emblin, of Sykesville, was not injured in the incident.

Police said charges are pending and the investigation is ongoing. Route 32 between Route 108 and Linden Church Road reopened about two hours later.

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