3, as she was running to help victims in a crash that involved a tractor-trailer and a dump truck. Plumstead teen needs surgery after BMW crushes foot and drives off in Thamesmere Drive, Thamesmead (From News Shopper)Her injuries werent serious, she said Friday from her New Market home, where she is recovering until she can return to work as a nurse at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. The river was deeper than normal because of recent rain, deep enough that her fall did not result in serious injury. While the area around where she fell has rocks and there are many branches and trees, she didnt hit anything on the way down. I didnt die that day, she said. I dont know why. I hope I figure out why. The Weirs had just been on vacation and to a few weddings. Angela and her husband, Chris Weir, had started a diet and wanted to get back to the gym. Angela usually wouldnt go to Crossfit of Frederick on days she worked. But that Wednesday she and Chris were motivated, so they tried to go before her shift began at 7 a.m.
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