Man injured in Arundel crash dies


January 13, 2007

A Dunkirk man injured in a two-vehicle accident last week in Anne Arundel County died yesterday, county police said. Raymond Lee Crandall, 41, of the 6300 block of McKendree Road was traveling south on Davidsonville Road in a 1997 Ford Escort about 5 p.m. Jan. 4 when a 2004 Honda Accord driven by William Bennett Connor crossed the center double yellow line and struck the Escort head-on, police said. Connor, 43, suffered minor injuries and Crandall was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he died early yesterday. All occupants were wearing seat belts. Police are investigating the accident, and the state's attorney's office will review the completed investigation and determine whether charges should be filed.

Anne Arundel: Collision

Mechanic barred from county vehicles

An Anne Arundel County mechanic was barred from driving county vehicles while an investigation continues into a collision Thursday between the firetruck he was testing and a car driven by a Crofton woman, county officials said. James Willard Long of Stevensville told police that his foot slipped off the brake pedal as the firetruck, northbound on Route 3, slowed for a red light at St. Stephens Church Road, police said. Judith Phillips Emerson, 63, was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where she was in serious but stable condition yesterday.

Andrea F. Siegel

Baltimore: Transportation

Extended bus hours for Ravens game

Maryland Transit Administration officials are planning extended hours for Ravens Park & Ride Express Bus Service for today's game. Bus service is set to start at 1:30 p.m., three hours before the 4:30 p.m. scheduled kickoff, from the seven lots - Anne Arundel Community College, Carney Park & Ride, Dorsey MARC Train Station, Essex Park & Ride, Southwest Park & Ride, Warren Road Light Rail Stop and White Marsh Park & Ride. Round-trip fare from each of the lots is $12. More information:

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