City/county Digest

CITY/COUNTY DIGEST

Baltimore & Region

October 11, 2005|By SARA NEUFELD

Baltimore County: Bradshaw

Edgewood man dies in 1-vehicle accident

An Edgewood man was killed Sunday when the 1992 Toyota pickup truck he was driving veered off the road, struck two trees and flipped over in eastern Baltimore County, police said yesterday. Bradley Bandy, 28, was driving east on Bradshaw Road near Arbutus Avenue in Bradshaw about 6:15 p.m. when the truck went off the road, county police said. Bandy, of the 1500 block of Harford Square Drive, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Randallstown

Police ID woman fatally struck by car

A woman who died Friday morning at a Baltimore County hospital after being struck by a car while attempting to cross Liberty Road in Randallstown has been identified. Trina Koezat Horton, 42, of the 4600 block of York Road was crossing Liberty Road near Old Court Road shortly before 7 a.m. when she was struck by a westbound 1997 Ford Escort driven by a 60-year-old West Baltimore man, whose name was not released, county police said. Horton was taken to Northwest Hospital Center, where she died a short time later. The motorist was treated at the hospital for chest pains and was released, police said. No charges had been filed.

Chase

Two boys rescued from muddy quarry

Two adolescent boys whose legs were immersed in mud were rescued yesterday after firefighters crawled over a ladder and plywood and pulled them from a rain-soaked sand quarry in Baltimore County, according to the county fire department. "The big thing is they were 20 to 30 feet from where anybody could grab them," said Capt. James M. Korn, who could not say why the boys were at Lafarge North America's sand plant on Earls Road in Chase. Firefighters received a call from a plant employee about 2:30 p.m. Korn did not name the boys, who, he said, were not injured.

Baltimore: Eastern Avenue

Officials say ramp to I-95 north to reopen

The entrance ramp from eastbound Eastern Avenue onto northbound Interstate 95 is to reopen at 5 a.m. tomorrow, according to state transportation officials. The right lane on eastbound Eastern Avenue at I-95 is also to reopen at that time. Officials said the ramp and lane were closed while crews worked on the two-year project to repair the 22 bridges along I-95 between the Fort McHenry Tunnel toll plaza and the interchange of Interstate 895 and I-95.

Baltimore: Schools

Teacher honored by Right to Read

Delores Scott, a kindergarten teacher at Collington Square School in Baltimore, has received the National Right to Read Foundation's 2005 Patrick Groff Teacher of the Year Award, the city school system announced. Scott has taught kindergarten and first grade at Collington Square since 1993. She said in a statement that all of her pupils leave kindergarten able to read. The school system's chief executive officer, Bonnie S. Copeland, praised Scott's "thoughtful, consistent use of research-based instruction, peer mentoring, and her students' positive measurable results as skillful, confident readers at a young age." Collington Square is one of three city schools operated by the Baltimore Curriculum Project.

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