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December 7, 2011
Nobody was injured in an accident on Halfway Boulevard over Interstate 81 near Valley Mall on Wednesday afternoon, Deputy Crawford of the Washington County Sheriff's Department said. A Hyundai SUV collided with the back of a pickup truck, Crawford, who did not give his first name, said. Police responded to the accident at about 1:13 p.m. The left lane of Halfway Boulevard was temporarily closed  because both vehicles were in that lane. However, traffic was not backed up due to the accident, and the area was cleared by 1:47 p.m. - Caleb Calhoun, Mobile Journalist
June 25, 2012
One person was taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle accident Monday afternoon at the intersection of East Antietam and South Mulberry streets, Officer Thomas Cox of the Hagerstown Police Department said. The driver of a Hyundai Accent heading southbound on South Mulberry Street ran a red light and the Huyndai collided with a Honda Civic heading eastbound on East Antietam Street, Cox said. The driver of the Accent was taken to Meritus Medical Center, Cox said. Neither of the two people in the  Civic was injured, Cox said.
November 17, 2012
A 49-year-old Huntingdon County, Pa., man was killed in an auto accident Friday night on Pa. 641 west of Newburg, Pa., according to Pennsylvania State Police. Police said Kenneth E. Boyd Sr., of Shade Gap, was speeding in a 2005 Kia Optima while traveling west in the area of 8023 Newburg Road (Pa. 641) when he lost control and slid sideways into the eastbound lane about 5:19 p.m. A 2003 Hyundai Tiburon, being driven by Abigail Catherine Grix, 19, of Mifflintown, Pa., was traveling east and struck Boyd's vehicle, causing it to flip onto its roof and onto the hood of the Tiburon, police said.
By C.J. LOVELACE | | July 10, 2013
Five people, including a child, were taken to Meritus Medical Center east of Hagerstown following a three-vehicle collision Wednesday morning on U.S. 40 near the entrance to Greenbrier State Park, according to Maryland State Police. One person was a priority two patient, and three people were priority three patients, according to police. The child was a priority three patient, police said. Injuries are graded on their severity on a scale of one to three, with one being the most serious, police said.
July 18, 2013
A 63-year-old Fortuna, Calif., man was flown to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore Wednesday afternoon after his car collided with a Mack truck on southbound Interstate 81 near Williamsport, according to Maryland State Police. The 3:25 p.m. crash tied up traffic in the area for hours during rush hour for the helicopter to land and to allow police to investigate the accident. For unknown reasons, Ronald Plotnick lost control of his 2013 Hyundai and struck a guardrail in the median, police said in a news release.
August 9, 2003
FREDERICK, Md. - A Hedgesville, W.Va., man was charged Thursday after a high-speed chase in which a police cruiser was struck and the pursued vehicle repeatedly drove into oncoming traffic, Maryland State Police said. No one was hurt, police said. Paul Wayne Anders Jr., 30, was charged with numerous traffic offenses including attempting to elude police, speeding and reckless driving. He was also charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
By Ken Chester, Jr. / MOTOR NEWS MEDIA | March 10, 2006
Despite the onslaught of competitors that invaded the low end of the sport utility market over the last few years, Hyundai still manages to not only remain a viable alternative for American consumers in today's highly competitive marketplace, but grow in volume and market share. Last year Hyundai freshened, upgraded and refined the Santa Fe. Offered in GLS 2.7L, GLS 3.5L and Limited trim levels, the Hyundai SUV is propelled by the strong 2.7L Delta DOHC 24-valve V6 ? now the base engine ?
June 6, 1997
By SAMANTHA KRULEWITZ Staff Writer Some kids can't wait for the last day of school to be over. Others are anxious to see their grades. But at the Career Studies Center on Friday, everybody wanted a car. The car, a 1991 Hyundai Sonata, was the result of a year-long incentive program designed to increase attendance and academic performance, said Marie Bikle, a cosmetology teacher and creator of the program. "We are the only school that has the facilities and the ability to repair the car," Bikle said.
By DAN DEARTH | | June 28, 2011
Three people, including two Harpers Ferry, W.Va., residents, were taken to Meritus Medical Center to be treated for serious injuries following a two-vehicle accident Tuesday on Md. 65 near Antietam National Battlefield. All three people involved in the accident — William Lee of McLean, Va., and Richard and Cynthia Nutzman of Harpers Ferry — were being evaluated in the emergency room as of 4:15 p.m., a hospital spokeswoman said. Maryland State Police said the accident occurred at about 11:15 a.m., when the Hyundai Tucson that Lee was driving pulled from Dunker Church Road into the path of a Subaru Forrester that the Nutzmans were driving north on Md. 65. Trooper 1st Class J. Eichelberger said at the scene that he believed all three people suffered serious injuries.
September 3, 1997
A 17-year-old Baltimore boy with a history of drug convictions escaped early Sunday from the Juvenile Holdover Facility on Jonathan Street after choking a lone female guard and taking the key, police said. Kare Olson was grabbed from behind, forced to the floor and then punched in the face during the 7:30 a.m. Sunday escape, according to Maryland State Police Trooper Kim Barnes. Olson, who let the teen out to use the bathroom, didn't seek medical attention, Barnes said. The youth was arrested Aug. 28 on a new drug charge, according to Billy Ware, a Department of Juvenile Justice worker.
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