Crews are responding to the scene of a serious, Wednesday afternoon crash in White Marsh.
At just after 2 p.m., paramedics responded to the intersection of White Marsh Boulevard at Honeygo Boulevard for a report of a crash.
The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company reports that two patients were treated for injuries at the scene.
Motorists should expect delays in the area.
Emergency crews responded to a fire at White Marsh Mall on Tuesday.
The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company reported that one of its engines responded to an early-morning call at the mall.
Upon arriving at the scene, firefighters found the food court to be full of smoke from cooking appliances.
The fire was quickly extinguished and no injuries were reported.
Crews are on the scene of a Friday morning crash in White Marsh.
At about 10:30 a.m., the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company responded to the 11300 block of Red Lion Road.
At the scene, crews found a motor vehicle accident with one vehicle overturned.
One patient was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.
The patient’s dog was transported home.
WHITE MARSH, Md. — Last weekend, the General Motors Foundation, in partnership with GM’s Baltimore Operations team, provided a $40,000 grant to five local charities.
Eric Shelhorn, the new GM Baltimore Operations Plant Manager made the announcement during the plant’s 7th Annual Classic Car Show.
The charities receiving the grants were: Maryland United Way, $10,000.00; The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region, $10,000.00; Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, $10,000.00; Maryland Food Bank, $5,000.00; and Baltimore American Indian Center, $5,000.00.
Maryland State Senator Kathy Klausmeier attended the event and gave out proclamations to each of the recipient organizations for their efforts, and to General Motors for consistently helping those in the community in which their employees work and live.
The car show raised $1,645 for the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company. Last year, General Motors donated six acres of Baltimore Operations land to the organization to build their new facility.
This year, the GM Foundation will provide $2 million in funding to nearly 200 organizations in 45 plant cities. Since 1976, the General Motors Foundation has donated nearly $1 billion to U.S. charities, educational organizations and disaster relief efforts worldwide. In 2016, the company began transitioning from a U.S.-focused, foundation-based giving model to a global social impact strategy to promote economic growth around the world.