Posts Tagged ‘dead’
One person is dead and at least one other person was wounded in a crash Tuesday night on the inner loop of the Capital Beltway, according to Maryland State Police and the Maryland State Highway Administration, who are investigating.
Get the ENTIRE story at Gazette.net:
In the bus incident, police identified the victim as Cindy Feldstein, a secretary and public information officer for medical examiner David R. Fowler. Feldstein was in a crosswalk on Park Heights Avenue near Slade Avenue at about 5:30 p.m. Saturday when she was struck, police said. She was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore and pronounced dead.
A 19-year-old Hancock man was killed and two passengers in the car he was driving were seriously injured Friday night
Maryland State Police have identified the victims in a New Year’s Eve crash in Ellicott City that left one person dead and sent two to the hospital.
Police said one person was killed in the single-vehicle accident near Route 212, also known as Powder Mill Road, just north of the Washington Beltway.
EASTON, Md – Maryland State Police said two people died in two separate accidents in Caroline County. Both accidents involved tractor trailers.
One person is dead after a tractor-trailer crashed Wednesday evening on Interstate 95 in Jessup, according to the Maryland State Police.
A 24-year-old was killed after his Honda Accord collided with another car, causing a multi-vehicle crash at a Glen Burnie intersection Thursday night, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Another holiday season dead-man story. Read it at Gazette.net
Maryland State Police say a Damascus woman is dead after her car collided head-on with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 near Frederick.
Get the details from Dr. Gridlock of the Washington Post:
This brings to 56 the number of fire deaths in Maryland this year, Maryland Fire Marshal Bill Barnard said in a telephone interview.
(This story tells of a state official that believes fifty-six is much better than last year’s sixty dead due to fire. Fifty six is too many. It’s time Marylanders stopped celebrating any such number and that includes the crash fatalities. The numbers are what they are and anything over zero is too much.)