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NEWS
October 8, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- A Franklin County woman was killed Tuesday afternoon when the car she was driving collided head-on with a dump truck near Letterkenny Army Depot, Pennsylvania State Police said. Colleen Rae Craig, 33, of Fort Loudon, Pa., was killed in the 4:26 p.m. crash in the 5000 block of Letterkenny Road just outside what was once the main gate of the depot, Franklin County Coroner Jeffrey R. Conner said. She was pronounced dead at the scene by Chief Deputy Cooroner Paul T. Reed, Conner said.
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NEWS
April 6, 2000
Five people were injured in a three-vehicle crash on Dual Highway Wednesday morning, according to Maryland State Police. Police said a 1998 dump truck driven by Robert Milburn and a 1994 Ford Mustang driven by Joann Golden had stopped in the right lane around 8:30 a.m. for a school bus that was boarding children. A 1999 Ford pickup truck driven by Joseph Caviness struck the rear of the Mustang, which was rammed into the dump truck in front of it, state police said. Rescue crews had to cut the roof off the Mustang to free Golden, 28, of Hancock, and her passengers Christy Morgan and Michael Morgan.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | July 12, 2002
martinsburg@herald-mail.com The choice for Terry Lee Walker Jr. was a trip to the beach with his high school buddies this summer or a trip to see his cousins. It was a difficult decision, but he chose his cousins, said his mother, Margaret Walker. He often did. Walker, 17, of Leetown, W.Va., was one of three people killed Wednesday in a seven-vehicle chain-reaction crash on the W.Va. 9 bridge over Opequon Creek near Baker Heights. Carleton Wilcox, 20, who was in the Jeep with Walker, was also killed when he was ejected from the vehicle.
NEWS
By BRYN MICKLE | October 30, 1998
WOODSBORO, Md. - Police credited the quick thinking of a Frederick County school bus driver for saving the lives of the students she was driving when a dump truck crashed into the bus Thursday morning on Md. 550 near Pine Tree Road. All 17 of the Walkersville High and Middle school students on the bus were injured, one of them seriously, according to Maryland State Police --cont. from front page -- Two Walkersville Middle School students were flown by helicopter to the Johns Hopkins Hospital Children's Unit in Baltimore.
NEWS
January 30, 2011
Two teens questioned about home invasion Two teenage males were taken into custody for questioning by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in regard to a home invasion that occurred Friday afternoon near Hagerstown’s North End, according to a police news release. Deputies responded to a robbery in progress at 5:05 p.m. Friday at 408 Chartridge Drive, police said. Three juvenile males living at the residence reported that four teenage males entered the residence wearing ski masks, police said.
NEWS
September 25, 2000
Couple has warned state Foxville Road curve unsafe By LAURA ERNDE / Staff Writer see also: Bus crash shakes up Smithsburg students SMITHSBURG - Kevin and Tammy Whisner say they have long complained about the dangerous curve in front of their house where Monday's school bus accident took place. continued They said they have their doubts that even that accident will convince the Maryland State Highway Administration to do anything more to improve the safety of the winding and steep Foxville Road, which is Md. 77. "I hope something comes out of it, but I don't know.
NEWS
July 18, 2000
Police log for July 19 Man, girl tossed from truck MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A man and a little girl were thrown from a small pickup truck they were riding in Tuesday morning after the vehicle was struck by a dump truck on Interstate 81, a fire official said. The man was entering the northbound lane of I-81 at the Spring Mills exit when the truck's tires slid in some diesel fuel that has been spilled, said Robert Robinson, fire chief of the Bedington Volunteer Fire Co. The man's pickup truck slid into traffic on the interstate and was struck by a dump truck, Robinson said.
LIFESTYLE
September 30, 2011
More than 50 volunteers pulled mounds of trash from the Antietam Creek during the Antietam Creek Watershed Alliance's sixth annual Rubbish Roundup on Saturday, Sept. 17. Despite high water, cool weather and occasional sprinkles, volunteers filled a dump truck with trash. They also piled metal objects in a pickup truck and collected multiple bags of plastic bottles, aluminum cans and other recyclables. Noteworthy items pulled from the creek included an automotive crankshaft and drive shaft, a mini-bike and a shopping cart basket.
NEWS
December 18, 2000
Two killed in Pa. crashes By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Separate traffic accidents killed two people Sunday morning in Washington Township and early Monday morning in downtown Chambersburg. continued A Chambersburg business owner is picking up the pieces after a truck involved in one of the accidents crashed through his downtown storefront Monday morning. John William Lane, 39, of Ephrata, Pa., was pronounced dead at Chambersburg Hospital following a 1:07 a.m. accident at the intersection of South Main and Queen streets Monday, according to Chambersburg Police.
NEWS
October 29, 1997
Car stolen from Hagerstown home A 1986 white Oldsmobile was stolen from outside a Hagerstown home late Monday or early Tuesday, Hagerstown City Police said. The vehicle, which had Maryland tags ADL834, was taken in the 700 block of Guilford Avenue between 10 p.m. on Monday and 5 a.m. Tuesday, police said. Driver injured in truck-train collision BUCKEYSTOWN, Md. - A train crashed into a dump truck Tuesday afternoon, seriously injuring the driver and closing Md. 85 for nearly two hours, Maryland State Police said.
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