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By ANDREA ROWLAND | October 9, 1999
BURKITTSVILLE, Md. - Two men escaped serious injury Saturday when a small plane crashed into a vehicle near this Frederick County town. A 1971 Grumman Ag-Cat biplane loaded with seed and piloted by George Folk, 54, of Martinsburg, W.Va., was taking off from a dirt road at about 1 p.m. when the plane struck a pickup truck driven by Malcolm Genuse, 46, of Burkittsville, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Department. Genuse was traveling the opposite direction of the plane on property at 4524 Burkittsville Rd., police said.
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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.
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by JENNIFER FITCH | May 3, 2007
WAYNESBORO, PA. - A 93-year-old Waynesboro man killed Tuesday while crossing South Potomac Street became the second pedestrian fatality in the borough in eight months. Joseph J. Stewart, of Foulger Street, crossed from the west side of the street and into the path of a 1998 Ford pickup truck driven by Robert L. Walker, of North Garfield Street Extended, at 9:50 p.m., Waynesboro police said. Stewart, who was crossing near Gay Street and not in a crosswalk, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By MARLO BARNHART | July 9, 2009
HANCOCK -- A spokeswoman for the Maryland Department of the Environment said Thursday afternoon a submerged pickup truck was pulled from Licking Creek on June 29, a day before the discovery of a fish kill near Slabtown Road. "This is circumstantial evidence, but it is probable that the fish kill was associated with this event, i.e. leaking gasoline," MDE spokeswoman Dawn Stoltzfus wrote in an e-mail Thursday. Maryland State Police Sgt. S.D. Wallace said her agency got involved in the incident June 1 when Joshua D. Burtner, 19, of 1543 Broadfording Road in Clear Spring, reported his pickup truck stolen.
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by RICHARD F. BELISLE and TARA REILLY | August 27, 2004
waynesboro@herald-mail.com tarar@herald-mail.com Two people were killed and another was seriously injured Thursday night when a pickup truck ran off Pa. 16 east of Waynesboro, crossed the parking lot of the Mountain Gate Family Restaurant, struck a woman in the lot and then slammed into the restaurant, police said. The names of the victims were withheld pending notification of next of kin, said Kenneth Peiffer, a deputy Franklin County coroner. The victims, the woman in the parking lot believed to be in her 20s to 30, and the male driver of the pickup, were pronounced dead at the scene by Deputy Coroner Ted Reed.
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April 10, 2008
RANSON, W.Va. - A Ranson woman pushing a baby in a stroller as she crossed Mildred Street on Wednesday afternoon was struck by a pickup truck, said Ranson Police Department Patrolman Matthew Custer. The woman, Hayley Brown, was taken to Jefferson Memorial Hospital but her injuries did not appear life-threatening, Custer said. The baby stroller was hit but the baby was OK, Custer said. The driver of the truck said he did not see the woman at first, Custer said. William Payton, 68, of Charles Town, W.Va.
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August 14, 1997
By LISA GRAYBEAL Staff Writer, Chambersburg CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A 26-year-old Fayetteville man was killed Tuesday night when he was thrown from his motorcycle after colliding with a pickup truck on Salem Road in Greene Township, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Alan R. Barnhart, of 358 W. Main St., a husband and father of three, was pronounced dead at the scene by Franklin County Coroner Kenneth Peiffer, police said. The 10:10 p.m. accident on Salem Road just west of Pa. 11 occurred when Barnhart rounded a curve on his 1983 Suzuki GS 750 motorcycle and crossed the center line of the road into the path of a 1993 Dodge Dakota pickup truck driven by Kurt Culbertson, 40, of Chambersburg, police said.
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by DAVE McMILLION | April 30, 2003
charlestown@herald-mail.com KEARNEYSVILLE, W.VA. - A 17-year-old Martinsburg, W.Va., youth died Tuesday morning when he drove his 1987 Honda Civic across the center line on W.Va. 9 near Kearneysville and struck a pickup truck, police said. The 10:21 a.m. crash, which occurred on a curve near Border Road, marked at least the fourth traffic fatality in Jefferson and Berkeley counties in a little over two weeks. The dead youth was identified as Rickey Lee Crum Jr. of Route 5, according to state Medical Examiner Donald Shirley.
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June 8, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Two Winchester, Va., residents were hospitalized early Sunday after being struck by a pickup on U.S. 11 outside a strip club in Bunker Hill, W.Va., police said. John Edward Cockrell Jr., 27, was in serious condition Monday in the intensive care unit at City Hospital in Martinsburg and Candice Nicole Helsley, 24, was in fair condition at the hospital, according to a hospital spokeswoman. The pedestrians were struck by a Dodge Durango as they were running across U.S. 11 from Vixens Gentlemen's Club north of Runnymeade Road, with Helsley riding "piggybacked" on Cockrell, West Virginia State Police 1st Sgt. E.D. Burnett said in a news release.
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December 17, 2009
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry died Thursday, a day after falling out of the back of a pickup truck during what police said was a domestic dispute with his fiancee. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said Henry died at 6:36 a.m. Henry was 26. "We knew him in a different way than his public persona," Bengals owner Mike Brown said of the player who was suspended five times during his career. "He had worked through the troubles in his life and had finally seemingly reached the point where everything was going to blossom.
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