Friday, June 1, 2012
Police issued an alert Friday afternoon urging motorists to avoid Maryland Route 100 at Oakwood Road.
UPDATE (2:12 p.m.)—Anne Arundel County police issued an alert Friday afternoon after a tractor-trailer accident on Maryland Route 100 westbound at Oakwood Road. Police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said the call came in at about 1:35 p.m. Friday for an accident at Route 100 west and Oakwood Road where it appears a tractor-trailer overturned into the median. Route 100 was closed due to the accident and remained closed as of 2:10 p.m. "Motorists should find alternate routes if possible," Mulcahy said in an email. "The adult male driver of the tractor-trailer was taken to Shock Trauma with possible life-threatening injuries." Here is the alert from police, issued at 1:50 p.m.: Avoid Maryland Rt. 100 Westbound at Quarterfield Road for the next hour…
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Fire officials said a man was taken to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after an accident at Quarterfield Road and Route 100 in Glen Burnie.
Medics transported a man to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after an accident early Saturday morning. According to Anne Arundel County fire spokesman Capt. James Rostek, emergency crews responded to the area of Quarterfield Road and Route 100 at about 12:15 a.m. Saturday for a reported accident where a vehicle had rolled over. Medics transported a man believed to be about 21 years old to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center with injuries that were serious but not life-threatening.
Monday, April 23, 2012
The accidents occurred within 30 minutes of each other, with emergency responders needing to use the Jaws of Life to pull one victim from a car.
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- Tim Lemke
Monday, April 23, 2012
Emergency workers responded to two accidents along the Interstate 97 corridor on Monday morning, fire officials said. The first incident took place at I-97 and Maryland Route 100 at 5:45 a.m., but crews did not transport anyone to the hospital, according to Anne Arundel County fire spokesman Lt. Keith Hamilton. Then at 6:14 a.m., crews responded to an accident at southbound I-97 and Quarterfield Road. They transported one person to Anne Arundel Medical Center with non life-threatening injuries. The age and gender of the victim was not known as of 9:30 a.m. Monday, Hamilton said. The incident required the use of the Jaws of Life to help remove the person from the car, according to Hamilton.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
The accident occurred Wednesday evening on Route 100 eastbound at Crain Highway, fire officials said.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Tim Lemke
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Emergency workers pulled a 56-year-old woman from a car that had rolled over on Route 100 eastbound at Crain Highway on Wednesday night. The woman was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with serious but non-life threatening injuries, according to fire spokesman Lt. Cliff Kooser The Anne Arundel County Fire Department responded to the scene of the accident at 6:21 p.m., to a report of a car that had rolled over with the driver trapped, fire officials said.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
The ramp from Ritchie Highway south onto Route 100 west was closed again last week as crews continue to work on repairing a sinkhole caused by Tropical Storm Lee in September.
After closing again briefly last week, the ramp from Ritchie Highway south to Route 100 west in Glen Burnie reopened Wednesday afternoon, according to the Maryland Gazette. After closing in September when Tropical Storm Lee left a sinkhole, the ramp quietly reopened in mid-December. But State Highway Administration (SHA) closed the ramp again last week so crews could continue to work on the repairs, according to the Gazette. In January, SHA announced that they were slated to receive $1 million to use for repair costs of the Route 100 on-ramp from the Federal Highway Administration’s Emergency Relief Program to help cover the costs to repair roads and bridges damaged during Tropical Storm Lee. The repairs are estimated to coast $1.5 million…
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Did you notice the on-ramp to Route 100 reopened last month? The Maryland State Highway Administration will receive federal money to fund the repairs made.
Shutting down in September after Tropical Storm Lee swept through the region, the on-ramp to Route 100 from Ritchie Highway south in Glen Burnie quietly reopened in mid-December. But the Maryland State Highway Administration won't have to bear the burden all on their own, according to a press release. The SHA is slated to receive more than $6.8 million from the Federal Highway Administration’s Emergency Relief Program to help cover the costs to repair roads and bridges damaged during Tropical Storm Lee last September—with $1 million to be used for the repair costs of the Route 100 on-ramp. “When the unexpected happens, the one thing that is certain is that recovery will cost money. In these times when budgets are tight, federal recovery …
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Police say speed and aggressive driving by a Virginia man may have led to the death of John Frederick Cornelius, 66, of Fort Washington in an accident Monday night on Route 100.
A Fort Washington man is dead after police say speed and aggressive driving by another driver might have caused an accident Monday night on Route 100. John Frederick Cornelius, 66, was taken to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after the accident, where he later died of his injuries, police said. According to a police press release, Zachary Adam Covington, 25, of Springfield, VA, was driving a 2005 BMW west on Route 100 in the turn lane for Quarterfield Road at about 7:10 p.m. Monday. Police say Covington then cut off several drivers when he merged onto the second lane of Route 100 west and hit the left rear part of a 2008 Ford F-150 as the truck moved into the right lane. The BMW then hit the back of a 1991 Nissan Sentra being driven …
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
A second accident at Interstate 97 and Dorsey Road involving a Washington, DC, school bus occurred Wednesday.
UPDATE (7:38 p.m.)—The accident on Route 100 near the intersection of Interstate 97 has been cleared and was open for normal traffic flow as of about 7:30 p.m., according to an alert by the Anne Arundel County Police Department. A crash involving a Honda CRV and an armored truck had caused serious delays on Route 100 and I-97 South earlier Wednesday, according to Anne Arundel County police spokesman Justin Mulcahy. The truck left the roadway and flipped over, according Anne Arundel County Fire spokesman Chief Michael Cox. He said two people were injured. Route 100 west was closed shortly after 2:30 p.m. Wendesday on Route 100 on the I-97 overpass, Mulcahy said. Another accident occurred shortly before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at I-97 and …
Friday, October 7, 2011
Police said Brian L. McNutt, 50, of Glen Burnie was the man driving the truck involved in a police chase and subsequent crash that resulted in his death.
Maryland State Police (MSP) have identified Brian L. McNutt, 50, of Glen Burnie as the man behind the wheel of a Dodge Dakota involved in a police chase Wednesday that ended with a fatal crash in Pasadena. Police were able to identify McNutt from his fingerprints. According to a police press release, McNutt's license had been revoked in Maryland since at least 2008. Police said they believe McNutt borrowed the truck from the owner, both of whom had the same address on Stiemly Avenue. As of Thursday afternoon, police had not yet determined a motive for McNutt's "erratic and dangerous driving behavior" on Wednesday, but said the medical examiner's office was conducting forensic and toxicology tests. At about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, an MSP …
Thursday, October 6, 2011
A man hit a tree on Route 100 near Catherine Avenue after a police chase Wednesday afternoon.
A man who was speeding, driving erratically and refused to stop when spotted by a Maryland State Police (MSP) trooper died after he lost control of hist truck and hit a tree late Wednesday afternoon in Pasadena, police said. The driver, who has been only identified as a white adult man, was not the registered owner of the 1998 Dodge Dakota he was operating, but it is not believed to have been stolen, according to an MSP press release. At about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, a trooper saw the Dakota swerving back and forth within a travel lane as he sat on the shoulder of southbound Route 10 just south of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard in Glen Burnie. The truck was clocked at 82 mph in a 55 mph zone. After the driver saw the trooper, police said he …