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Crashes Come With Snowfall

Emergency crews responded to crashes on I-95 during the snowfall on Tuesday.

A Honda sedan that rolled up on a barrier on southbound I-95 near the New Forge Road exit. (Credit: WMVFC)
A Honda sedan that rolled up on a barrier on southbound I-95 near the New Forge Road exit. (Credit: WMVFC)
By Brian Hooks

The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company responded to crashes on I-95 as snow showers blanketed the region on Tuesday.

One crash involved a Honda sedan that rolled up on a barrier on southbound I-95 near the New Forge Road exit. The people involved only suffered minor injuries, according to WMVFC.

A later crash, also on southbound I-95 in White Marsh, led to the driver of a sedan being ejected from the vehicle. Snow is visible on the ground, in the photograph from WMVFC.

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Brooke January 22, 2014 at 12:33 PM
Who are you to say that? You have no idea how the accident occurred! You were not in the vehicle. The driver could have been safety and hit ice and lost control of the car. YOU are the IDIOT.
give me liberty... January 22, 2014 at 02:05 PM
Many car accidents during a snow/ice storm can be avoided if companies did not put pressure on employees to be at work. If I owned a business and they were calling for 8-12 inches of snow, I would let my employees decide if they feel safe driving in the elements. I have been in 2 automobile incidents during snow storms. These happened over 20 years ago and since then, I do not go to work if I feel the roads are not safe.
Blvd Bruce January 22, 2014 at 02:42 PM
Give me Liberty, that is well said. I give you......a Kolo.

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