Many of our Baltimore readers are big fans of Major League Baseball. Even those most cheer for the hometown Orioles, it is safe to say that a large number have been staying current with the latest news out of New York, more specifically the Alex Rodriguez drama.
This accident could have turned out much worse if not for the firefighters on the scene. A news release from June 4 reports that a pair of masonries had to be rescued from a building on the National Institutes of Health Campus when a scaffolding platform the pair was using collapsed. The construction accident resulted in the workers falling and dangling from the platform, struggling nearly 80 feet in the air.
According to Maryland State Police, a police officer was injured in a car crash when driving home from work. Three people were injured in the accident that occurred on I-95, with the officer ejected from his Nissan SUV when a Toyota Scion struck it.
Car accidents are common throughout the state of Maryland. While many are fender benders, some lead to serious injury or even death.
If you seek medical care in Maryland, you expect doctors to diagnose you quickly and correctly. In this case from across the border, a West Virginian couple has claimed that a pair of medical providers did not correctly diagnose a man who had suffered a traumatic head injury and neck injury. They believe that this lack of a diagnosis led to the man becoming a full quadriplegic.
Many of our Maryland readers drive a Ford car, SUV, or truck. While the American automaker has seen its fortunes change over the past few years, several recent recalls has the company in the news for all the wrong reasons.