Tuesday, March 12, 2013
On March 4 a truck crashed into its storefront in downtown Pikesville.
A Pikesville restaurant reopens today after a truck crashed through the front door and windows, causing structural damage and halting business for seven days. A sign at the front of Mari Luna Latin Grille, and a voice mail message announce it will reopen Tuesday. The restaurant is located at 1010 Reisterstown Road in downtown Pikesville. For more information, call 410-653-5151. The building that houses Aqua Vision Center next door was also damaged. But that business did not close, according to an employee. Read more about the crash:
Friday, March 8, 2013
A motorist in a car veered into the truck's lane on Reisterstown Road in Pikesville, causing the truck to crash into Mari Luna Latin Grille and Aqua Vision Center.
A car traveling on Reisterstown Road caused a truck to crash through the fronts of Mari Luna Latin Grille and Aqua Vision Monday morning in Pikesville. The driver of a 2010 Honda Accord—Sharon James Adkins of the 1400 block of Landis Circle, Bel Air—was southbound in the middle lane on Reisterstown Road, when she "swerved into (the truck's lane) and struck the front driver's side door of the truck," said Louise Rogers-Fehr, a police spokeswoman. The truck, driven by Jordan Duncan Palmeri of the unit block of North Main Street in Port Deposit, was in the lane closest to the businesses. It crashed through the front door and windows of Mari Luna at 1010 Reisterstown Rd, through a support wall, and also the business next door, Aqua Vision …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Manager: The restaurant will reopen, but it's not clear when.
Mari Luna Latin Grille is being repaired after a truck crashed through its storefront Monday morning. There's a temporary wall now where the front door and windows used to be, said Manager Salvador Khadra. And, while the Pikesville restaurant will open again, it's still not clear when that will be, he said. "We're not 100 percent sure when," he said Tuesday, noting that the plan is to put a temporary barrier around the entrance area where the commercial dump truck crashed through, and then open for business. Under that plan, the bar area would remain open. On Monday, the Baltimore County building inspector deemed the restaurant structurally unsound. An orange sign on the front of the business makes that clear. Like Pikesville Patch on …
Monday, March 4, 2013
Manager: On Monday morning the front of Mari Luna Restaurant in Pikesville was destroyed.
UPDATE (2:31 p.m.)—A building inspector has been called in to determine the extent of structural damage to Mari Luna Latin Grille after a dump truck crashed through the storefront Monday. There were no serious injuries, according to Baltimore County Police Department spokeswoman Elise Armacost. "The driver got out of the vehicle and was walking around," she said. Mari Luna Restaurant remained closed Monday, according to restaurant staff. "The whole front is destroyed," including the windows and the front door, Salvador Khadra, manager, said Monday morning. Like Pikesville Patch on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Get Pikesville news in your email box each morning: Subscribe to our newsletter. The truck was a small dump truck, he said, …
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Fatal beltway crash, a chimney fire and accidents mark this month in calls.
The Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company was called to a crash at I-695 on Feb. 22; it was a crash that ended up with a fatality. At about 1 a.m., a motorist was driving a Honda car when it struck a tractor trailer. The driver was ejected and run over by another vehicle, according to a report on the company website. According to Maryland State Police, Jason Sukun Park of Baltimore was driving the Honda when it hit a tractor trailer driven by Brian David Olson of California. Park was struck by a car driven by Brian Michael Douglas of Baltimore. Park was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a state police release. 6901 Security Boulevard, Second floor at Macy's. Before 7 p.m. Feb. 19. Smoke was coming from a storage closet, and sprinklers…
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company worked to extricate a person 'heavily trapped' in a two-vehicle collision Friday, and the Baltimore County Police Department is investigating.
One person was killed due to a two-vehicle collision Friday in Garrison, and Baltimore County police say it was likely medication-related. A driver crossed over the double-yellow line and one person died as a result of that collision along McDonogh Road, said Lt. Michael DiCara, assistant commander for the Pikesville Precinct. DiCara gave the update during the Tuesday night, monthly meeting of the Pikesville Police & Community Relations Council, held at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. Investigators are looking into the possibility that medication played a role in this crash, he said. DiCara emphasized that this collision was not due to high speed. For about one month, police have been monitoring and ticketing for speeding along parts of …
Monday, September 17, 2012
At least one person was sent to the hospital Sunday night, after the crash in Owings Mills.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
A Baltimore man died Tuesday morning in a single-vehicle crash on the ramp from I-695 to I-795 northbound.
Lemuel Edward Johnson, 46, of Baltimore, died Monday morning in a single-vehicle crash at I-795. Johnson was a resident of the 1000 block of Reverdy Road in Baltimore, said a Maryland State Police spokesman. The accident occurred at about 6 a.m. at the ramp leading from the outer loop of I-695 to I-795 North, according to earlier reports. "He went off the left side of the roadway, down into the grass maybe 20 feet and through the guardrail, overturned and hit a tree," State Police Cpl. Tom Heath said Tuesday morning.
Monday, July 18, 2011
Crash occurred as the police vehicle headed to Milford Mill where a tactical team and negotiators were dealing with a person "in emotional distress."
A police officer was injured and a civilian taken to the hospital after a multiple-vehicle crash Monday afternoon at the intersection of Reisterstown and Old Court roads in Pikesville. At about 3:30 p.m., a county police truck driven by an officer responding to an emotional distress call in Milford Mill was among the vehicles involved in the crash, said Det. Cathy Batton, spokeswoman for Baltimore County Police. Police investigated at least three vehicles at the scene. "One civilian was transported to the hospital for chest pain," Batton said. "An officer responding to the barricade (that was in progress in Milford Mill) suffered minor injuries, but did not go to the hospital," she said. Another civilian refused treatment at the scene. The…