Westminster man, 37, killed as truck overturns in Finksburg

November 23, 1995

A 37-year-old Westminster man was killed early yesterday when his pickup truck overturned near Routes 140 and 91 in Finksburg.

NB Police said Ray Allen Walkling of Old Washington Road was driv

ing his 1992 Chevrolet S10 south on Route 140 about 2 a.m. when he ran into a curb.

A witness told police that the truck, which had been traveling at a high speed, flipped over twice before coming to rest in a ditch. Mr. Walkling's passenger, Tracy Lynn Quist of Huntcliff Way in Gambrills, was ejected from the truck.

Ms. Quist was in serious but stable condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Police

Finksburg: A resident of Green Mill Road reported to state police Nov. 16 that someone kicked in her front door and took $9,920 worth of property.

Westminster: An employee of Baumgardners Inc. on Railroad Avenue told police Tuesday that someone threw rocks through his warehouse windows. Damage was estimated at $288.

Westminster: A resident of Janet Court in Manchester told police Tuesday that someone scratched his vehicle while it was parked at the Cranberry Mall. Damage was estimated at $400.

Westminster: An employee of K&H Autobody on East Main Street told police Tuesday that someone broke into his business and took $3,700 worth of property.

Westminster: An employee of Ridge Residences on Timber Ridge Drive told police Monday that someone entered a building and removed $279 worth of property.

Westminster: A Reisterstown resident told police Monday that her purse was stolen from her unlocked car while it was parked at the Westminster Sheetz store. She estimated the loss at $11.50.

Westminster: A Fairfield, Pa., resident told police Sunday that a snowball was thrown at his windshield while he was driving on North Colonial Avenue. Damage was estimated at $175.

Fire

Finksburg: Reese responded to a call about a child locked in a car in the 2900 block of Dede Road at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday. Units were out for 34 minutes.

Union Mills: Pleasant Valley, Westminster and Littlestown of Adams County, Pa., responded to a house fire in the 800 block of Tudor Drive at 11:34 a.m. Tuesday. Units were out for two hours and 46 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster and Reese responded to a fire alarm in the 100 block of N. Court St. at 11:14 a.m. Tuesday. Units were canceled after five minutes.

Westminster: Westminster and Pleasant Valley responded to a fire alarm in the 200 block of Main St. at 9:52 p.m. Monday. Units were out for 23 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster responded to a trash fire in the 100 block of Liberty St. at 6:29 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for 13 minutes.

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