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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2005
One man was killed and another critically injured yesterday afternoon in a hit-and-run incident in which they were struck by a cement mixer while standing next to their disabled Goodwill Industries truck on the shoulder of northbound Route 295 near the Patapsco River, state police said. The men were standing by the roadway, also known as the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, when they were struck about 2:30 p.m., said police spokesman Sgt. Thornnie Rouse. Rouse said witnesses reported seeing the cement mixer stop several yards from the scene, then back up before its driver continued north.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
A man from Pasadena died on the scene of a six-vehicle pileup on Route 100 in Anne Arundel County Tuesday afternoon, police said. The victim was identified as Scott Robert Johnston, 54. Police said officers were called to the scene of the crash, on eastbound Route 100 near Route 10 in Pasadena, at 3:15 p.m. Six vehicles, including a 2005 Mack cement mixer from Daniel G. Schuster, Inc., were involved and four other drivers had minor injuries in...
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
Two men were killed and a third was injured yesterday when their pickup truck struck a tractor-trailer trying to back into a driveway along a foggy stretch of Route 194 between Taneytown and Keymar, state police said. A cement mixer and a second pickup truck also struck the tractor-trailer shortly after 7 a.m. in the 2000 block of Francis Scott Key Highway (Route 194) near Reifsnider Road. Police closed the road for about six hours as vehicles and about a yard of spilled concrete were removed.
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By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,Sun reporter | July 26, 2008
An Anne Arundel County jury has awarded $1.95 million to a man struck and injured by a cement-mixer truck in April 2005 while working on his disabled vehicle on the shoulder of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. The $1.83 million portion of the judgment awarded for pain and suffering will be capped at $650,000, the legal limit in Maryland at the time of the accident. The accident left Robert L. Howard, the driver of a truck for Goodwill Industries, with a severe injury to his arm and killed his assistant, Errol Johnson, 44. The pair were standing by their disabled vehicle on the northbound side of the parkway near the Baltimore Beltway when they were hit by a cement mixer driven by Richard Anthony Schulman for Lafarge Mid-Atlantic.
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August 17, 1993
POLICE LOG* Long Reach: 6000 block of Foreland Garth: Someone stole a $2,000 cement mixer from a work site, which is surrounded by a fence, between 6 p.m. Wednesday and and 8 a.m. Thursday.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
A man from Pasadena died on the scene of a six-vehicle pileup on Route 100 in Anne Arundel County Tuesday afternoon, police said. The victim was identified as Scott Robert Johnston, 54. Police said officers were called to the scene of the crash, on eastbound Route 100 near Route 10 in Pasadena, at 3:15 p.m. Six vehicles, including a 2005 Mack cement mixer from Daniel G. Schuster, Inc., were involved and four other drivers had minor injuries in...
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By Anica Butler and Anica Butler,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2005
The man who was driving a cement mixer that killed one man and injured another on Route 295 Tuesday was not aware that he hit anyone until he saw the accident on the news, his attorney said yesterday. "When he came to me, he was visibly upset, he was crying and he was completely bewildered," said Baltimore attorney Michael A. Mastracci. According to Mastracci, Richard Anthony Schulman, 45, was driving a cement truck north on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway near the Patapsco River on Tuesday when, about 2:30 p.m., he struck two men who were standing near a disabled Goodwill Industries truck.
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By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,Sun reporter | July 26, 2008
An Anne Arundel County jury has awarded $1.95 million to a man struck and injured by a cement-mixer truck in April 2005 while working on his disabled vehicle on the shoulder of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. The $1.83 million portion of the judgment awarded for pain and suffering will be capped at $650,000, the legal limit in Maryland at the time of the accident. The accident left Robert L. Howard, the driver of a truck for Goodwill Industries, with a severe injury to his arm and killed his assistant, Errol Johnson, 44. The pair were standing by their disabled vehicle on the northbound side of the parkway near the Baltimore Beltway when they were hit by a cement mixer driven by Richard Anthony Schulman for Lafarge Mid-Atlantic.
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March 6, 1994
Youth sought in theft of man's gold watchA Havre de Grace man told police that after allowing a juvenile to use his telephone Feb. 26, he discovered that his gold Seiko watch, worth $150, was missing.Don Johnson of the 800 block of S. Adams St. said the incident occurred about 4:30 p.m.Police did not indicate whether Mr. Johnson knew the boy.Reward offered in theft of cement mixer in JoppaHarford County Crime Solvers is offering a reward up to $1,000 for the arrest and indictment of someone responsible for stealing a cement mixer from a Joppa construction site in the 600 block of Pulaski Highway.
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By MIKLE ROYKO | June 22, 1994
Here it is, only June, and I've already taken care of most of my Christmas shopping.It happened by chance, when I flipped through an obscure magazine in a doctor's waiting room.A full-page ad happened to catch my eye. The big black headline said:" 'Mairzy Doats' plus 43 More Wacky Hits from the Fun '40s. The Original Hits! The Original Stars!""Mairzy Doats"? It had been many decades since I last heard the stupid lyrics to that song, one of the jukebox hits of my childhood.I am cursed with the kind of mind that never completely forgets a really stupid song.
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By SOLOMON MOORE and SOLOMON MOORE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | October 25, 2005
BAGHDAD, IRAQ -- Insurgents exploded two sport utility vehicles and a cement mixer yesterday in a spectacular series of suicide attacks on the Palestine Hotel, a base for many journalists in the Iraqi capital. At least five police officers and a civilian were reported dead, and scores of people were wounded, but casualty reports varied widely. Though the death toll yesterday was not nearly as high as in other suicide attacks this year, the significance of the assault went beyond casualty statistics.
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By Anica Butler and Anica Butler,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2005
The man who was driving a cement mixer that killed one man and injured another on Route 295 Tuesday was not aware that he hit anyone until he saw the accident on the news, his attorney said yesterday. "When he came to me, he was visibly upset, he was crying and he was completely bewildered," said Baltimore attorney Michael A. Mastracci. According to Mastracci, Richard Anthony Schulman, 45, was driving a cement truck north on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway near the Patapsco River on Tuesday when, about 2:30 p.m., he struck two men who were standing near a disabled Goodwill Industries truck.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2005
One man was killed and another critically injured yesterday afternoon in a hit-and-run incident in which they were struck by a cement mixer while standing next to their disabled Goodwill Industries truck on the shoulder of northbound Route 295 near the Patapsco River, state police said. The men were standing by the roadway, also known as the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, when they were struck about 2:30 p.m., said police spokesman Sgt. Thornnie Rouse. Rouse said witnesses reported seeing the cement mixer stop several yards from the scene, then back up before its driver continued north.
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By Thomas L. Friedman | January 23, 2003
WASHINGTON - As the decision on Iraq approaches, I, like so many Americans, have had to ask myself: What do you really think? Today I explain why I think liberals under-appreciate the value of removing Saddam Hussein. And on Tuesday I will explain why conservatives under-appreciate the risks of doing so - and how we should balance the two. What liberals fail to recognize is that regime change in Iraq is not some distraction from the war on al-Qaida. That is a bogus argument. And simply because oil is also at stake in Iraq doesn't make it illegitimate either.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
Two men were killed and a third was injured yesterday when their pickup truck struck a tractor-trailer trying to back into a driveway along a foggy stretch of Route 194 between Taneytown and Keymar, state police said. A cement mixer and a second pickup truck also struck the tractor-trailer shortly after 7 a.m. in the 2000 block of Francis Scott Key Highway (Route 194) near Reifsnider Road. Police closed the road for about six hours as vehicles and about a yard of spilled concrete were removed.
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By MIKLE ROYKO | June 22, 1994
Here it is, only June, and I've already taken care of most of my Christmas shopping.It happened by chance, when I flipped through an obscure magazine in a doctor's waiting room.A full-page ad happened to catch my eye. The big black headline said:" 'Mairzy Doats' plus 43 More Wacky Hits from the Fun '40s. The Original Hits! The Original Stars!""Mairzy Doats"? It had been many decades since I last heard the stupid lyrics to that song, one of the jukebox hits of my childhood.I am cursed with the kind of mind that never completely forgets a really stupid song.
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By Thomas L. Friedman | January 23, 2003
WASHINGTON - As the decision on Iraq approaches, I, like so many Americans, have had to ask myself: What do you really think? Today I explain why I think liberals under-appreciate the value of removing Saddam Hussein. And on Tuesday I will explain why conservatives under-appreciate the risks of doing so - and how we should balance the two. What liberals fail to recognize is that regime change in Iraq is not some distraction from the war on al-Qaida. That is a bogus argument. And simply because oil is also at stake in Iraq doesn't make it illegitimate either.
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By SOLOMON MOORE and SOLOMON MOORE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | October 25, 2005
BAGHDAD, IRAQ -- Insurgents exploded two sport utility vehicles and a cement mixer yesterday in a spectacular series of suicide attacks on the Palestine Hotel, a base for many journalists in the Iraqi capital. At least five police officers and a civilian were reported dead, and scores of people were wounded, but casualty reports varied widely. Though the death toll yesterday was not nearly as high as in other suicide attacks this year, the significance of the assault went beyond casualty statistics.
NEWS
March 6, 1994
Youth sought in theft of man's gold watchA Havre de Grace man told police that after allowing a juvenile to use his telephone Feb. 26, he discovered that his gold Seiko watch, worth $150, was missing.Don Johnson of the 800 block of S. Adams St. said the incident occurred about 4:30 p.m.Police did not indicate whether Mr. Johnson knew the boy.Reward offered in theft of cement mixer in JoppaHarford County Crime Solvers is offering a reward up to $1,000 for the arrest and indictment of someone responsible for stealing a cement mixer from a Joppa construction site in the 600 block of Pulaski Highway.
NEWS
August 17, 1993
POLICE LOG* Long Reach: 6000 block of Foreland Garth: Someone stole a $2,000 cement mixer from a work site, which is surrounded by a fence, between 6 p.m. Wednesday and and 8 a.m. Thursday.
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