Construction worker injures neck in fallA Baltimore...


May 01, 1994

Construction worker injures neck in fall

A Baltimore construction worker who fell from a ladder at the Abingdon Water Treatment Plant, under construction on Abingdon Road near Interstate 95, was evaluated and released after he was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center Wednesday, state police said.

Stephen Ungar, employed by T Farrell Co. Inc. of Overlea, was caulking a ceiling from a ladder and was 6 to 8 feet in the air when the legs of the ladder gave way, said Tfc. Francis H. Vass of the Maryland State Police barracks in Bel Air.

Mr. Ungar, 32, injured his neck when he tumbled into an hole about 3 feet deep, the trooper said.

An explanation of what caused the ladder's legs to give way was unavailable.

Armed man holds up Aberdeen High's store

Aberdeen police are searching for an armed robber who held up a Pulaski Highway High's store April 24 and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money.

Witnesses described the gunman as white, about 27 years old, 5 feet 10 inches tall, thin build with collar-length light brown hair. He wore a black leather jacket.

The robber, armed with a silver-colored automatic, ordered a clerk to put money in a bag and ran.

Anyone with information about the robbery should call the Aberdeen Police Department at (410) 272-2121.

Pa. man's belongings stolen from restroom

A Southhampton, Pa., man told sheriff's deputies that someone stole his belongings from the restroom of a restaurant in the 2200 block of Pulaski Highway in Edgewood on April 20.

The items stolen were a fanny pack, a wallet containing money, )) credit cards and traveler's checks, and a pager. The loss was estimated at $2,330, deputies said.


* 400 block of Ellis Lane: Someone stole a diamond ring from a residence April 20. The loss was estimated at $1,280, deputies said.

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