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by LAURA ERNDE | October 28, 2003
A Washington County Sheriff's Department deputy's cruiser rear-ended a station wagon on Md. 64 Sunday, causing extensive damage to the cruiser and two other vehicles, the sheriff's office said. No one was seriously hurt, police said. Deputy Greg Woelfel was westbound at about 11:25 a.m. when his 1998 Crown Victoria hit the back of a station wagon driven by Deborah Florian of Smithsburg, who was waiting to turn left onto Crystal Falls Drive, police said. The impact of the crash sent the station wagon into the eastbound lanes of Md. 64, where it struck a 1987 Dodge Dakota driven by Melissa Shroeder of Martinsburg, W.Va.
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by BRIAN SHAPPELL | November 4, 2003
shappell@herald-mail.com A station wagon collided with a school bus carrying students from Boonsboro schools Monday afternoon, sending one student and the driver of the station wagon to the hospital. Maryland State Police Trooper Andrew Smith said neither of those taken to the hospital had life-threatening injuries. The crash occurred on Maryland Route 66/Mapleville Road at 3:58 p.m. when a Volvo station wagon and a school bus carrying Boonsboro Middle and High School students collided head-on, on a narrow straightaway.
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by KEVIN G. GILBERT / Staff Photographer | January 26, 2007
Tips, a dog owned by Jocelyn Alexander of Warrenton, Va., watches as Alexander shuts the cargo door of her station wagon Thursday in Shepherdstown, W.Va.
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February 27, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) -- A Martinsburg man accused of driving drunk and causing an accident that killed a Virginia couple is schedule to go on trial April 28. Troy S. Bean pleaded not guilty Thursday in Berkeley County Circuit Court to two counts of driving under the influence causing death, one count of DUI with injury and one count of second-offense DUI. State Police say the 40-year-old Bean was driving a pickup truck that collided head-on...
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April 29, 2002
Man loses tip of finger at Fort Frederick event FORT FREDERICK STATE PARK, Md. - The tip of a man's middle finger was accidentally amputated Saturday afternoon at the Market Fair and Rifle Frolic, Fort Frederick State Park Manager Ralph Young said. The man's finger was under a rocking chair when apparently someone rocked, Young said. He lost about 1/4-inch of the fingertip, Young said. The man's finger was iced and he was taken to Washington County Hospital. No further information was available.
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July 14, 1998
HANCOCK - A Berkeley Springs, W.Va., man died Monday and two others were injured after a minivan and a station wagon collided head-on at about 5 p.m. on Interstate 70, according to Maryland State Police. Edward V. Lutzenhiser, 84, of 206 Harrison Ave., was pronounced dead at War Memorial Hospital of injuries suffered in the accident, police said. Lutzenhiser was driving a 1985 Plymouth Reliant station wagon east on I-70 at U.S. 522 in Hancock, and exited onto the ramp from northbound U.S. 522 to westbound I-70 going south, police said.
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by BRIAN SHAPPELL | April 22, 2005
A pair of crashes Thursday evening on Interstate 81 delayed traffic and sent one man to a local hospital, Maryland State Police said. Cpl. Jeff Kissner said two, two-vehicle crashes were reported within minutes of each other on I-81 near U.S. 40. Kissner said the first crash was reported at 6:54 p.m. He said a 1987 Ford station wagon driven by Steven Hall, 18, of 16205 River Bend Court in Williamsport, collided with a 2003 Mack tractor-trailer driven...
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by CANDICE BOSELY | February 16, 2005
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Two women were injured Monday night when a car crossed the center line on W.Va. 9 east of Martinsburg and collided head-on with a station wagon, police said. Witnesses said the wreck happened when a 1998 Chrysler Sebring driven by Theresa Scott, 39, of Martinsburg, crossed the center line at the intersection of W.Va. 9 and Opequon Lane, said West Virginia State Police Trooper M.A. Cole. Scott was heading west, Cole said. Scott's car collided with an eastbound 1984 Toyota Tercel station wagon driven by Deborah Naupac, 21, of Charles Town, W.Va.
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By BRYN MICKLE | March 29, 1999
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - An 83-year-old Hedgesville man died in a Virginia hospital Saturday from injuries he sustained Friday afternoon in a crash on W.Va. 9 near Hedgesville, police said. Marvin Crouse was flown to Inova Hospital in Fairfax, Va., with massive head injuries Friday following a near head-on collision on a sharp curve in front of the Eagle's Landing bar, according to the West Virginia State Police. Police said the accident happened about 1:20 p.m. when Crouse veered from the eastbound lanes into oncoming traffic to avoid hitting a 1984 Ford Mustang that had stopped for another car. The 1990 Ford Festiva driven by Crouse sideswiped a westbound 1993 Ford Taurus station wagon and spun off the side of the road, police said.
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March 8, 2011
A Harrisonville, Pa., man was killed when his station wagon collided with a pickup truck Tuesday morning at the intersection of Rock Hill Road and Pa. 522 in Fulton County, Pennsylvania State Police said. Charles Emory Sipes, 71, of 11380 Pleasant Ridge Road in Harrisonville, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a state police news release. Troopers said Sipes was driving a 1989 Dodge station wagon south on Pa. 522 at about 6:15 a.m., when a 2004 Chevrolet 1500 driven by Aaron Russell Shives, 22, pulled into the intersection from Rock Hill Road, troopers said.
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By BILL KOHLER | June 19, 2009
I was lucky. I had the chance to say goodbye. This will be my second Father's Day without my dad. My father -- the coolest, kindest, smartest, selfless, most sensible man I've ever met -- died on a bitter cold night two Februarys ago. I remember the events of that evening like it happened last week. I'm not going to burden you with the details and the personal events of the night, but after reading a magazine article this week in Men's Health, I thought it was important to share a lesson learned.
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By MARLO BARNHART | April 26, 2009
FUNKSTOWN -- Just to be on the safe side, the organizers of Sunday's Motors for Medicine classic car show had a May 3 rain date built in to their plans. There was no need for that. Sunday dawned bright, sunny and very warm for the event, which was held at Next Dimensions Restaurant on Alt. U.S. 40 just south of Funkstown from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Brad Sheldon, co-owner of the restaurant with Mary Hoffman, said a total of $1,200 was raised for The Medication Assistance Center at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown.
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February 27, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) -- A Martinsburg man accused of driving drunk and causing an accident that killed a Virginia couple is schedule to go on trial April 28. Troy S. Bean pleaded not guilty Thursday in Berkeley County Circuit Court to two counts of driving under the influence causing death, one count of DUI with injury and one count of second-offense DUI. State Police say the 40-year-old Bean was driving a pickup truck that collided head-on...
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By DAVE McMILLION | September 29, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A Martinsburg man has been charged with two counts of DUI causing death and other drunken-driving related charges following a three-vehicle accident on Aug. 14 on Interstate 81 in which an Orange County, Va., couple was killed, a West Virginia State Police spokesman said Sunday. Troy Bean, who also was charged with second offense driving under the influence and driving on a revoked license for DUI, was being held in the Eastern Regional Jail Sunday night on $65,100 bond, said jail officials and state police.
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August 16, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - An Orange County, Va., couple died Thursday night in a three-vehicle accident that straddled both the northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 81, West Virginia State Police said Friday morning. Howard Diamond, 80, and his wife, Nancy A. Diamond, 70, of Locust Grove, were pronounced dead at the scene of the collision, which occurred about 9 a.m., between Exit 14 (Dry Run Road) and Exit 16 (W.Va. 9), police said. Both were believed to be wearing seat belts, police said Friday.
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August 15, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - An Orange County, Va., couple died Thursday night in a three-vehicle accident that straddled both the northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 81, West Virginia State Police said Friday morning. Howard Diamond, 80, and his wife, Nancy A. Diamond, 70, of Locust Grove, were pronounced dead at the scene of the collision, which occurred about 9 a.m., between Exit 14 (Dry Run Road) and Exit 16 (W.Va. 9), police said. Both were believed to be wearing seat belts, police said Friday.
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October 9, 2007
Three teenage girls have been reported missing since Saturday from their homes in the Boonsboro and Keedysville areas, the Washington County Sheriff's Department said in a news release. · Destiny Boccone, 13, is white with curly, shoulder-length dirty-blonde hair, blue eyes and braces. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs about 110 pounds. · Shannon Weaver, 12, is white with blonde hair and blue eyes. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs about 100 pounds. · Hanoria Hebron, 16, is black with straight black hair and brown eyes.
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By DON AINES | August 30, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - Paul Devoe said he needed another car, so he killed Betty Jane Dehart and took hers. That was the motive for the slaying of the 81-year-old great-great grandmother who was shot in her mobile home near State Line, Pa., Sunday, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Devoe, 43, a suspect in five murders in Texas, was charged Wednesday with criminal homicide and felony counts of robbery, burglary and theft, police said. "He was having car problems," Trooper Ed Asbury said during an afternoon press conference at the Chambersburg barracks.
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By DON AINES | August 29, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. Paul Devoe said he needed another car, so he killed Betty Jane Dehart and took hers. That was the motive for the slaying of the 81-year-old great-great grandmother who was shot in her mobile home near State Line, Pa., Sunday, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Devoe, 43, a suspect in five murders in Texas, was charged Wednesday with criminal homicide and felony counts of robbery, burglary and theft, police said. "He was having car problems," Trooper Ed Asbury said during an afternoon press conference at the Chambersburg barracks.
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