In Baltimore County
4 people hurt in 3-car, tractor-trailer collision on I-695
ARBUTUS - Three cars and a tractor-trailer collided on the outer loop of Interstate 695 in Arbutus yesterday morning, sending four people to area hospitals and clogging traffic.
The collision occurred about 11:50 a.m. in the southbound lanes near Interstate 95, said Maryland State Police Sgt. James Johnson. The cause of the accident was under investigation, he said. Four people were taken to St. Agnes HealthCare and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Police did not release their names.
Several lanes of the Beltway remained closed for hours as crews cleared debris, Johnson said.
In Baltimore City
JFX exit ramps to be closed today, tomorrow
The Baltimore Office of Transportation will close the Northern Parkway exit ramps from the northbound span of the Jones Fall Expressway at 10 p.m. today and tomorrow.
Northbound Jones Fall Expressway traffic headed for either eastbound or westbound Northern Parkway will be detoured north on the expressway to the Ruxton Road exit and then south to the southbound span of the expressway. Motorists will continue southbound on the expressway to the Northern Parkway exit.
The parkway exits will reopen at 5 a.m. tomorrow and Tuesday.
In Anne Arundel
Police identify body found two weeks ago
MILLERSVILLE - A body found two weeks ago in a wooded area in Anne Arundel County has been identified as that of Mary Lee Coe, a 54-year- old Baltimore County woman. No signs of foul play were found by the state medical examiner's office, Anne Arundel County police said.
The cause of death had not been determined, police said yesterday.
Coe, whose last known address was in the 8000 block of Eastern Ave. in Eastpoint, was reported missing to Baltimore County police in October.