Motor Vehicle Collision MD 140 at Hughes Shop Road with People Trapped

WESTMINSTER, MD - One person had to be extricated from a vehicle after a motor vehicle collision at MD Route 140 at Hughes Shop Road in Westminster late Monday August 26, 2019. One person was transported to the hospital by Maryland State Police helicopter and another by ambulance.

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Cyclist Trapped Under SUV After Collision

WESTMINSTER, MD - A Motor vehicle collision involving SUV and bicycle trapped the cyclist under the vehicle near the intersection of New Windsor Road and Stone Chapel Road on August 25, 2019.

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Winfield Garage & House Fire

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Friday, March 9, 2018, Westminster (Winfield), MD - Just after midnight firefighters were dispatched to the 2200blk of Dulany Terrace for a garage on fire which was reported to be attached to a house. Fire dispatchers advised responding units via radio that a Sheriff’s deputy was on location reporting heavy fire from the garage. Firefighters arrived and updated that the fire had extended into the home. A Public Information Officer (PIO) was not immediately available at the time of the incident. Assistant Chief Jeff Lowman of the Mount Airy Volunteer Fire Company was the incident commander. Chief Lowman said there were no injuries reported and the fire will be under investigation by the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshall. He could not speculate on a cause but said it took approximately 70 firefighters to bring the blaze under control.

Uniontown Barn Fire North of Westminster

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February 26, 2018, Westminster (MD) - Firefighters from New Windsor and surrounding areas responded for a barn fire in the 3400 Block of Uniontown Road. Located along the driveway for the old Uniontown School the barn was approximately 100' by 50' in size. The property owner, John and Carol-Anne Wilderson were alerted to the fire by a passer-by and quickly called 911. Wilderson said that she doesn't know how the fire started but the barn was "from the before the 1800's". Wilderson said there was livestock in the barn at the time of the fire and most had escaped the flames, she believes perhaps a pig might have been lost.

The fire was controlled by a single alarm and a tanker task force, which is used in rural non-hydrant firefighting operation. The fire is under investigation by the Office of the State Fire Marshall.