Monday, March 11, 2013
The family is looking for the individual responsible.
A Lancaster, PA, man was struck by a speeding car Saturday night after his motorcycle ran out of gas on the side of Route 1 near Kingsville, according to Baltimore County police Lt. Ron Brooks. Andrew Pearson, 19, suffered a cracked tibia and ripped ligaments in his knee after attempting to dive out of the way when he saw the car coming, according to his Perry Hall girlfriend Alex Spiroff. He is currently resting at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Cente where he recently underwent surgery to repair his damaged left leg. "Besides that he's doing pretty good," Spiroff said. "He's a high spirited guy, doing the best he can." Follow Perry Hall Patch on Facebook and Twitter. While her boyfriend rests, Spiroff and her family have been busy …
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Southbound lanes of Belair Road remained closed past 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Nearly two and a half hours after a single-vehicle accident in Kingsville, southbound lanes of Belair Road near Mt. Vista Road remained closed. At about 7:07 a.m. on Saturday, a silver Honda Accord struck and "sheared off" a utility pole and turned on its side near the intersection of Belair Road and Mt. Vista Road, according to Cpl. John Wachter of the Baltimore County Police Department. The driver received serious but not life threatening injuries and was transported to Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital Center. The investigation, clean-up of the broken utility pole and closure of southbound lanes of Belair Road continued past 9:30 a.m., Wachter said. The cause of the accident has not yet been determined, he said.
Friday, October 26, 2012
The Maryland Highway Safety Office, Baltimore County Police Department and Maryland State Police plan to launch Project SOLO Friday night into Saturday.
Drunk drivers: consider yourselves warned. Starting in White Marsh, police are planning an intense all-nighter Friday into Saturday, directly through Perry Hall and Kingsville. Project SOLO, which stands for "Saving Our Loved Ones," is a joint effort of the Maryland Highway Safety Office, Baltimore County Police Department and Maryland State Police. Between 8 p.m. on Oct. 26 and 4 a.m. on Oct. 27, 15 county and state law enforcement vehicles will be stationed along the seven-mile stretch of Belair Road, between the Baltimore City line and the Harford County line, according to the press release from the Maryland Highway Safety Office. Each of the targeted areas have been "identified as high profile for impaired driving arrests and alcohol …
Monday, June 25, 2012
Delays could extend into rush hour, police said.
A two-vehicle collision at Belair Road and Sunshine Avenue, in the heart of Kingsville, caused at least one injury late Monday afternoon, police said. Officers remained on the scene along U.S. Route 1 as of 4:30 p.m. Drivers should expect delays extending into rush hour. The accident involved two vehicles and one person was expected to be transported to a hospital with injuries, an officer at the Parkville police precinct said. See the above live traffic map for updates. Do you think the Sunshine Avenue, Belair Road, Jerusalem Road intersection is dangerous? Tell us in the comments.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Officers plan to provide traffic support during the Fourth of July celebration.
Prepare now for road closures, heavy foot traffic and potential delays near area parade routes, police said. Starting at 9:45 a.m. on July 4, officers at the White Marsh police precinct plan to close the following roads along the Kingsville Independence Day Parade route: About 10-15 officers are scheduled to manage the closures, that will likely continue until about noon, according to Cpl. Pat Wilhelm, the precinct traffic supervisor. Wilhelm urged anyone attempting to cross Belair Road to exercise caution and cross only in designated areas. "Be patient with traffic and watch for small children or any other pedestrians in the road," he said. What's your favorite Independence Day tradition? Tell us in the comments.