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Megabus Overturns On I-95 In Maryland

A bus carrying 47 people overturned on Interstate 95, sending 15 to the hospital in Maryland early Sunday, May 22, Baltimore County Fire officials said.The crash occurred on the southbound side between Brashaw and Raphel roads in White Marsh.This is a developing story. Check back for more.
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Tea By Two offers ‘escape from the world for an hour and a half’ in Bel Air

For the past 13 years, Sue Rye has celebrated her mother’s birthday at Tea By Two in Bel Air. That includes this past February, when her mom, Carey, turned 103 at a party with her granddaughters and sister. The staff at the tearoom “make her feel as if she is the best thing since sliced bread,” said Rye. “It’s the most friendly atmosphere.” In its nearly 21 years in operation, Main Street’s ...

At least 15 people hospitalised after Megabus crash in Maryland

At leads 27 people were injured when a Megabus rolled over in a crash on a Maryland freeway, authorities say.The bus was carrying 47 passengers when it crashed on Interstate 95 in Baltimore County on Sunday morning.Officials say that 15 people were taken hospital with minor injuries, while 12 others declined medical treatment.No other vehicle was involved in the incident, which took place just before 7am near Kingsville, Maryland.Fire and rescue crews were called to the scene and the bus was back in an upright position by 9am.“Here is a brief summary of this morning’s mass casualty response to Megabus rollover on I-95 near Kingsville. 27 patients suffered minor injuries & 15 of those were transported,” tweeted Baltimore County Fire Department.A total of ten ambulances were called to the scene from Baltimore County and Harford County say officials.Maryland State Police are investigating the crash. Read More Jif peanut butter products recalled over salmonella outbreakPennsylvania's Fetterman released from hospital after strokeFour infants are hospitalised in South Carolina over baby formula shortage

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15 hospitalized after bus overturns on Maryland interstate

WHITE MARSH, Md. — Fifteen people were hospitalized Sunday after a passenger bus overturned onto its side along a Maryland interstate, authorities said. Forty-seven people were passengers aboard a Megabus that was traveling south on Interstate 95 near White Marsh when it flipped at about 6:55 a.m. EDT, The Baltimore Sun reported.

Can You Help Parkesburg Police Locate This Wanted Person?

PARKESBURG, PA — The Parkesburg Borough Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating 35-year-old Andrea R. Fidanza. Authorities state that on May 18, 2022, Chester County Magisterial District Court 15-3-07 issued an arrest warrant for Fidanza after police were called to investigate an incident involving the defendant removing and transporting a juvenile without consent, or the authority to do so.

Troop 133 places flags at two Churchville cemeteries in preparation for Memorial Day

Those passing by the tranquil setting of Churchville’s cemeteries, nestled past the Black Creek, will see proudly waving American flags resting on the graves of heroes who served their nation. Young leaders of Boy Scout Troop 133, in conjunction with Harvey C. Noone American Legion Post 954 family, placed over 450 flags on veterans’ resting places. Within a 90-minute span on May 15, the young men, led by their Senior Patrol Leader Lawren Monahan, reverently replaced missing or broken grave markers and placed new flags. At each grave site, the scouts, in pairs along with parents and leaders, paid respects by citing the name and thanking the veteran for their service.

15 people hospitalized after Megabus rolls over along I-95 in Maryland

KINGSVILLE, Md. - 15 people are hospitalized after an intercity bus rolled over on its side along I-95 in Northern Maryland, according to authorities. Baltimore County Fire officials said crews responded to the incident along I-95 south near Kingsville, Maryland around 6:55 Sunday morning. At the scene, crews found a Megabus that had rolled over on its side and came to a rest along the side of the highway near Bradshaw Road and Raphel Road.