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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 29, 2004
An 18-year-old Essex man is facing more than a dozen charges after being arrested in connection with an apparent road-rage incident Thursday night on the Baltimore Beltway, authorities said yesterday. David K. Emerson, of the 900 block of Arncliffe Road, was driving a 1996 Chevrolet Blazer about 10:30 p.m. near his home when he and his passenger became involved in a shouting match with the driver and four passengers in a 2000 Jeep Cherokee, Maryland State Police said. The Blazer followed the Jeep onto the outer loop of the Beltway near Route 702, and shots were fired from the Blazer at the Jeep, police said.
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NEWS
By Richard Irwin | August 15, 2008
A 10-vehicle collision on the inner loop of the Beltway near Pikesville sent six people to hospitals last night and tied up traffic for more than an hour, state police at the Golden Ring barracks said. Police said the vehicles collided about 9 p.m. near the Stevenson Road exit ramp. At least one of the autos caught fire. Three people were taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center. St. Joseph Medical Center and Greater Baltimore Medical Center treated the other three people. The names of the injured and their conditions were not available.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Sun Reporter | June 4, 2007
A St. Mary's County man was killed Saturday night after he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed while attempting to pass another vehicle on the inner loop of the Baltimore Beltway in Rosedale, said state police at the Golden Ring barracks. Jeffrey Jones, 33, of California was driving a 2007 Suzuki motorcycle about 8 p.m. and was attempting to pass a Ford Taurus under the Interstate 95 overpass near Philadelphia Road when the motorcycle struck the car's driver's side mirror, police said.
NEWS
By Anica Butler and Anica Butler,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2005
The man who police say was behind the wheel in a fatal hit-and-run crash on the Baltimore Beltway early Saturday was named by state police yesterday. Jeffrey A. Ziegler, 28, of the 8400 block of Loch Raven Blvd. in Towson was the driver and owner of the 1982 BMW 320i that struck and killed 42-year-old William M. Ruffin, according to the Maryland State Police. The crash is still under investigation, police said. Ruffin -- who was called Michael by his family -- was working on a construction site near the Beltway's York Road exit when Ziegler's car smashed through a barrier and struck him about 5:30 a.m., police said.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 3, 2003
An 8-year-old Montgomery County girl was killed and three other people, including her father, were injured as crashes involving several passenger vehicles, a Mack truck and two buses returning students from a field trip shut down the Baltimore Beltway's outer loop in Catonsville for several hours yesterday. The accidents occurred shortly before noon as several motorists, heading south on the Beltway near Southwestern Boulevard, slowed to avoid a disabled vehicle in the right lane, said Trooper John Krysiak of the Golden Ring Barracks.
NEWS
April 18, 1994
There's something weird going on in Timonium.OK, so that's not such a big surprise. Let's just say Timoniuhas become even stranger than usual.Thanks to alert reader Aaron Mall of Pikesville, Intrepid Commuter has discovered a shocking situation.Someone has stolen the little white lines from some of Baltimore County's busiest highways!That's right. Missing in action are the lane markers along Interstate 83 around Timonium as well as along the Beltway at Perring Parkway.Where you could once find white dashes, now you see just holes -- rectangular holes the exact size of the dashes and about an inch deep.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | December 3, 1991
No one wants to pull the plug on the Baltimore Beltway Classic, but no one seems willing to take measures necessary to keep it alive, either.The fourth Beltway Classic -- and apparently the last in this format -- will be held this weekend at UMBC. On Friday, Loyola and Mount St. Mary's meet at 6 p.m., and two-time champion Towson State plays UMBC at 8. On Saturday, the consolation game is at 6, the championship at 8.UMBC is the last of the four to be host to the tournament, and athletic directors from the participating schools have yet to make a final decision on its future.
SPORTS
December 10, 2006
Danny Wiseman, who won his first career title in Baltimore in 1990, will be making his third TV appearance in his hometown event today at the Beltway Classic at AMF Country Club Lanes. The 11-time Professional Bowlers Association Tour titlist from Dundalk will face Sean Rash of Wichita, Kan., who is seeking his second PBA Tour title in only his second TV appearance, in the first semifinal. Wiseman advanced Friday after taking all seven games to defeat Norm Duke in the best-of-seven Round of 8 to make his first TV appearance since the 2004-05 PBA Tour season.
NEWS
By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1998
A Maryland state trooper and a truck driver were injured yesterday afternoon when the trooper's stopped patrol car was hit from behind by a dump truck on Interstate 695 south of Liberty Road, shutting down a stretch of the Beltway.Trooper Michael R. Tagliaferri, who is assigned to the Golden Ring barracks, received neck and back injuries and was treated at and released from Maryland Shock Trauma Center.The truck driver, identified by police as Nathen Michael Graybill, 35, of the 22200 block of Rock Forge Road in Hagerstown, also was taken to Shock Trauma and was treated and released.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Staff Writer | October 23, 1992
Federal, state and Baltimore County officials have agreed on a six-year, $26 million program to erect long-delayed sound barriers along six sections of the Baltimore Beltway.The federal government will pay 80 percent of the costs, with the state and the county chipping in the rest, sources said. The county's share would be roughly $3 million.The money comes from the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, known informally as the "Iced T" bill. It provides money for federal highway projects over the next six years.
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