Multiple people went to Harford County hospitals following the incident.
Nine people were taken to area hospitals after a crash Friday on Interstate 95 that involved a charter bus, according to Rich Gardiner, spokesman for the Harford County Fire and EMS Association. The bus was headed southbound when it ran off the road between the Havre de Grace and Aberdeen exits on I-95. Patients were taken to four hospitals in Harford, Baltimore and Cecil counties, Gardiner said. Forty-eight teachers from Newark, DE, had been passengers on the bus and those who received medical treatment had injuries that were "minor in nature," WBAL TV reported. The crash occurred when the bus driver fell asleep and struck the guardrail, according to WBAL TV, which reported that the driver was cited for negligent driving and driving while…
Exelon Power is transporting a pair of transformers to its power station in Delta, PA.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Brad Gerick
Friday, June 24, 2011
Several roads and bridges throughout Harford County will be closed at various times the from June 27 through June 30 for an oversized load escort. Exelon Corporation is transporting a pair of 335-ton transformers to its Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station in Delta, PA, from Havre de Grace. At various times throughout the four-day trek, there will be closings on portions of Maryland Routes 155, 22, 136 and 165 along with single lanes of Interstate-95 both southbound and northbound. The closings are expected to occur from about 8 p.m. or 10 p.m., until about 5 a.m. Maryland State Police will stop all traffic on I-95 for about 15 minutes at about midnight Monday. The convoy will travel at about 5 mph and be escorted by Maryland State Police, …