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Public Transportation Disasters

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  • Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville

    Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville
    A collision on the outer loop of Interstate 695 in Pikesville prior to the MD 129 (Park Heights Avenue) exit has closed the outer loop right shoulder at 9:03 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT also reported that a...
  • New York officials reassure city as man tests positive for Ebola

    New York officials reassure city as man tests positive for Ebola
    Ebola turned up in the nation’s largest city Thursday when a Manhattan doctor who had treated victims of the deadly virus in Africa tested positive for it, less than a month after Ebola killed one person and sickened two nurses in Texas. The...
  • The NTSB's call for safety

    The NTSB's call for safety
    It's a miracle that nobody was killed May 28 of last year when a Mack truck hauling debris to a local recycling center pulled into the path of a moving CSX train in Rosedale shortly before 2 p.m. The resulting collision caused 15 cars in the 45-car...
  • Enfield Student Hit By Car Crossing Street To Bus Stop

    Enfield Student Hit By Car Crossing Street To Bus Stop
    ENFIELD — A 14-year-old Enrico Fermi High School student was hit by a car while crossing the street to get to a bus stop on Thursday morning, police said. The student was transported to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries, deputy police...
  • Air strikes hit Islamic State near Syrian border town

    Air strikes hit Islamic State near Syrian border town
    Air strikes by U.S.-led forces have killed 521 Islamist fighters and 32 civilians during a month-long campaign in Syria, a monitoring group which tracks the violence said on Thursday. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the vast...
  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday
    A Harford County man is in the news surrounding a security breach at the White House. Ebola fears continue to mount. And early voting in the general election begins today. Here's what you need to know to start your Thursday.    WEATHER Blustery...
  • Taking the Kids -- to Deer Valley, where guests say 'no snowboarders!'

    Taking the Kids -- to Deer Valley, where guests say 'no snowboarders!'
    I love those rare occasions when vacation lemons turn into lemonade, as long as you are willing to squeeze the lemons yourself. Last winter, when the forecast got worse by the hour for the latest storm primed to hit the East Coast, I was certain our...
  • How to encourage drivers to get out of their cars

    How to encourage drivers to get out of their cars
    To the editor: While I agree we don't need a "war on motorists," we do need to prod drivers into abandoning their cars. Otherwise, they just won't do it. ("Sharing the roads in L.A.," Editorial, Oct. 19) Lowering our dependence on foreign oil or...
  • To prevent Ebola in America, quarantine travelers at entry

    To prevent Ebola in America, quarantine travelers at entry
    We have always been thought of as America's medical safety net, and we are that. As emergency physicians, we man the fort 24-7, 365 days a year, and along with our nursing and emergency medical services colleagues, we are willing, able and happy to...
  • Traffic: Collision cleared from U.S. 1 South in Pleasant Hills

    Traffic: Collision cleared from U.S. 1 South in Pleasant Hills
    All lanes are open on U.S. 1 South in Pleasant Hills on Wednesday morning with the clearing of a collision prior to MD 152, according to the state Department of Transportation. All lanes are clear on the inner loop of Interstate 695 in Towson with the...
  • Ebola gives 'preppers' another reason to prepare for worst

    Ebola gives 'preppers' another reason to prepare for worst
    With the closest known U.S. cases of Ebola diagnosed about 160 miles away in Dallas, Cary Griffin is taking no chances. If, as the former correctional officer fears, the virus spreads to hundreds of people, Griffin is headed to the woods. "I'll do...