Saturday, January 19, 2013
The two males suffered life-threatening injuries in the accident, a fire department spokesman said.
A 40-year-old male and a 15-year-old male were hospitalized after being involved in a motor vehicle accident early Saturday morning, a fire department representative said. Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman Lt. Jack Beall said the two were each sent to hospitals with life-threatening injuries in a motor vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of 1241 Shore Dr. and Oldtown Road. The 40-year-old male was sent by Maryland State Police helicopter to Prince George's Hospital Center, while the 15-year-old male was transported by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore. No further information is currently available on the incident.
Sunday, June 24, 2012
A single-vehicle crash Sunday resulted in six victims being hospitalized, according to Maryland State Police.
UPDATE (12:23 p.m.)—Maryland State Police Cpl. Kevin Dukes said a driver of a vehicle on U.S. Route 50 lost control and struck a guardrail. Six people were hospitalized early Sunday morning after a single-vehicle accident on Route 50 near Davidsonville Road. The accident occurred at about 3:40 a.m. on U.S. Route 50, according to Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman Lt. Keith Hamilton. A 21-year-old woman and 23-year-old man were transported to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore with serious, life-threatening injuries, Hamilton said. A 19-year-old male was also transported to Prince George’s County Hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries. Three other patients, ages not provided, were taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center in…
Friday, March 30, 2012
A fire department spokesman said firefighters believe a malfunctioning HVAC unit caused the smell.
UPDATE (11:55 a.m.)—Edgewater Elementary was evacuated Friday morning as the day was getting started when a “burning odor” was detected in the cafeteria, Anne Arundel County fire spokesman Chief Michael Cox said. Around 8:15 a.m. Friday, Cox said all the school’s children, faculty and staff remained outside the building while firefighters investigated the cause of the smell. “During the course of [firefighter] investigations, they believe it was a malfunctioning HVAC unit,” Cox said. Edgewater Elementary students were only outside for about 15 minutes and all of them reentered the building after they received the “all clear” from firefighters. One local parent, who asked to be unnamed, claimed that he took his child out of school due to …