In Baltimore County CSX train derails in Rosedale...


April 13, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

In Baltimore County

CSX train derails in Rosedale, holding up freight traffic

ROSEDALE -- A CSX freight train heading east through Rosedale derailed yesterday, holding up freight traffic for hours on one of the company's major arteries. No injuries or hazardous spills were reported.

Rail officials were trying to determine what caused eight cars to jump the tracks near 68th and Biddle streets about 6:30 p.m.

CSX spokesman David Hall said freight traffic would likely resume by morning.

In Baltimore City

Traffic changes expected in Mount Vernon today

The Baltimore Office of Transportation is asking motorists to use alternate routes when driving through the Mount Vernon area today as Loyola College holds its "Celebration of Service in the City" in honor of the college's 150th anniversary.

Calvert Street between Monument and Madison streets, and Madison Street between Guilford Avenue and Saint Paul Street will be closed from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

In Harford County

Edgewood man sought on burglary, sex charges

The Harford County sheriff's department is searching for an Edgewood man wanted for offenses ranging from burglary to sexual assault.

Journay G. Tucker, 25, of Edgewood most recently tried to sexually assault his ex-girlfriend in Edgewood yesterday, according to department spokesman Lt. Edward Hopkins.

Anyone with information about Tucker is asked to call the sheriff's office, 410-838-6600.

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