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February 21, 1998
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Chambersburg resident's pickup truck struck a car Friday afternoon after the truck slid on a slippery road, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Zoe Lynn Kouns, of 778 Broad Street, was northbound on Pa. 997 shortly before 12:30 p.m. when she tried to turn right onto U.S. 11, police said. The 1995 Ford 150 TK pickup truck driven by Kouns slid across the eastbound lane of U.S. 11 hitting a 1998 Dodge Neon waiting for a green light in the westbound lane, police said.
by DAVE McMILLION | July 12, 2005
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - An Annandale, Va., motorcyclist who was killed Sunday morning in an accident at the intersection of W.Va. 9 and W.Va. 480 in Kearneysville, W.Va., has been identified as 47-year-old William T. Moore, according to a Jefferson County Sheriff's Department spokesman. Moore was killed when his 1992 Harley-Davidson motorcycle skidded and struck the side of a 1997 Dodge pickup truck that was passing through the intersection about 11 a.m., Cpl. Ward Sigler said. Based on witness accounts, it is believed the driver of the truck, Jose L. Duran Figueroa, 22, of Winchester, Va., might have gone through a red light, Sigler said.
September 22, 1998
No students were injured Tuesday morning when a Washington County school bus and two passenger cars were involved in an accident on Jefferson Boulevard near Pangborn Boulevard, according to Maryland State Police. Bus driver Linda Marie Aleshire, 52, of 113232 Lakeside Drive, had just dropped off all of her students at Pangborn Elementary School, and was northbound on Pangborn after going through a green light, said Trooper 1st Class Doug Bird. A Chevrolet Camaro driven by Kimberly Kay Banks, 31, of 10917 Crystal Falls Drive, was traveling on Jefferson Boulevard.
August 30, 2002
OCEAN CITY, Md. - A Hagerstown couple injured in 1999 when they were hit by a van while walking across the Coastal Highway in the resort town have filed a $10.7 million lawsuit against the driver, Ocean City and Worcester County officials and the Maryland State Highway Administration. Lois Diane Graham and her husband, Kirk Graham, of 10904 Clinton Ave., were crossing west to east on the highway at 45th Street around 6:45 p.m. on Aug. 7, 1999, when they were hit, according to a spokesman for the Ocean City Police Department at the time of the incident.
January 30, 2007
Police seek info in Md. 65 wreck Maryland State Police were seeking information today about an accident involving two cars that collided on Md. 65 north of Interstate 70 Monday at about 3:30 p.m., according to a press release from Maryland State Police. Carly Ann Wennick, 18, of Boonsboro, was driving southbound on Md. 65 when she neared the traffic light at the I-70 ramp. Thomas J. Cutshall, 22, of Artemas, Pa., was traveling north on Md. 65 when he took a left at the same traffic light.
by MARLO BARNHART | September 5, 2002
Just before 8 p.m. Wednesday, a sedan and a pickup truck collided at the intersection of Halfway and Massey boulevards at the entrance to the Valley Mall, tying up traffic and sending a number of people to Washington County Hospital. The driver of the 1989 Pontiac was Daniel Phillips, 18, of State Line, Pa., who was westbound on Halfway Boulevard making a left turn into the mall when his vehicle was hit by an eastbound pickup truck, said Washington County Sheriff's Deputy 1st Class Tracy Peyton The impact pushed the car into a pole, causing a backseat passenger to be partially ejected from the car, Peyton said.
By DON AINES | June 22, 2007
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - About 20,000 vehicles roll through Washington Township on Pa. 16 each day, making it increasingly difficult for those motorists trying to get across the road or make a left turn along the corridor. At one particularly busy intersection, that situation should improve next year after state Sen. Terry Punt, R-Franklin, announced Friday that the township will receive a $100,000 grant to install a traffic signal at the Oller Avenue intersection. "We opened our business here in 1984, and from that time, we've been telling them how much we need a light here," said Paul Gunder, an associate broker with Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA at 1814 E. Main St. "I'll be able to turn left and go home at the end of the day ... It's wonderful," said Magisterial District Judge Larry Pentz, whose office is on North Oller Avenue.
By DAN DEARTH | March 4, 2008
BOONSBORO -- Two people were taken to Washington County Hospital on Monday after a three-vehicle accident at Md. 66 and U.S. 40 at about 10:45 a.m. A Toyota Corolla, a Dodge Ram pickup truck and a tractor-trailer were involved in the accident, according to Trooper David Ward of Maryland State Police. Ward said the pickup was traveling west on U.S. 40, the tractor-trailer was traveling east on U.S. 40 and the Corolla was heading south on Md. 66. The driver of the Toyota had the green light, Ward said.
By BOB PARASILITI | | March 7, 2011
Move over Da’Sean Butler, Christian Laettner and Tyler Hansbrough. Please welcome Dee Mency to the club. It is a club that Mency could have only imagined in the days when he played for North Hagerstown a few years ago. Now, as he leaves Merrimack College, he joins the group of players who have left their respective schools as the basketball program’s third all-time scorer. Mency recently completed his senior year as the leading scorer at Merrimack, a Division II school in Massachusetts.
November 14, 2004
At least three hurt in two-vehicle crash At least three people received minor injuries late Friday in a two-vehicle accident at Franklin and High streets that damaged a traffic signal pole, according to Sgt. Mark Renner of the Hagerstown Police Department. Kendra Ann Ellis, 22, of 1330 Taney Ave. in Frederick, Md., was cited for running a red light by Officer Chad Woodring, who investigated the 10:23 p.m. accident, Renner said. She was westbound on Franklin Street in a 1998 Nissan Ultima when she struck a 1999 Ford Explorer that was northbound on High Street traveling through the intersection on a green light, police said.
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