Emergency Response, Traffic

Hazmat crews responding to overturned dump truck in White Marsh

Crews are on the scene of a Wednesday morning crash involving a dump truck in White Marsh. The crash was reported at just before 9:15 a.m. in the area of White Marsh Boulevard at Pulaski Highway. Reports indicate that a dump truck overturned at the scene. The driver has been freed from the truck, although there has been no word …


Emergency Response, Traffic

Tractor-trailer crash on I-95 leads to 4-mile backup

A tractor-trailer crash along Interstate 95 caused some big delays on Sunday morning. At about 8:30 a.m.,  a Safeway truck crashed and went off the highway along southbound I-95 just before the New Forge Road overpass. Advertisement Crews from White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company, Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company, the Maryland Department of the Environment, Maryland State Police, and Maryland State …


Governor Larry Hogan announces statewide response efforts for snowstorm

With winter weather affecting many areas of Maryland, Governor Larry Hogan on Wednesday directed state agencies to coordinate and work together to keep Marylanders informed. Governor Hogan is urging Marylanders to avoid unnecessary travel while crews work to clear roads as snow intensifies throughout the afternoon and early evening statewide. “I continue to urge all Marylanders to use common sense …

Hazmat crews responding to crash in Parkville

Hazmat crews are responding to a Monday morning crash in Parkville. At about 9:30 a.m., emergency personnel responded to the area of Perring Parkway at Wycliffe Road, just below Taylor Avenue, for a crash involving a tractor-trailer. The tractor-trailer reportedly hit several parked cars. At the scene, crews found fuel spilling onto the roadway. Hazmat teams are being deployed to …

MDE: 6,000 dead fish found in Gunpowder, Bird Rivers

The state is investigating the deaths of nearly 6,000 fish in Baltimore County waterways this month. The Maryland Department of the Environment says the dead fish were spotted in local waterways, including the Gunpowder River and Bird River. MDE spokesperson Jay Apperson says that preliminary results would seem to indicate that algae-created toxins are the probable cause. The fish kill …