More than a half-dozen people were taken to area hospitals this morning after an accident involving an MTA Mobility van and a car in Randallstown.
Twenty elementary school children were riding home from school earlier this week when their bus caught fire. (Don’t worry, this story has a happy ending for everyone except the bus.)
Two years ago, Tray Walker graduated from Texas Southern, where his football career caught the eye of the NFL. The Baltimore Ravens picked him in the fourth round of the 2015 draft, and played eight games with the team last year.
Last night, a northbound Amtrak train traveling north from DC — otherwise known as the train that you probably take all the time if you’re traveling from Baltimore to New York or Philly or points north — derailed outside of Philadelphia in what’s being called the worst rail disaster in the Northeast corridor in years.
The two college students who were tragically killed in the train derailment in Ellicott City late Monday night left tweets from the bridge over Main Street where they were before the crash. Rose Mayr and Elizabeth Nass, both 19-year-old college students and 2010 graduates of Mt. Hebron High, were enjoying a summer evening on the bridge.
“Drinking on top of the Ellicott City sign,” Nass tweeted before the crash.