A federal judge says a Maryland-based trucking company’s insurer must cover some of the claims associated with the spill of a sticky goo over a 40-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike during Thanksgiving travel last year.
State police say a trooper fatally shot a motorist from Maryland who attacked him following a traffic accident on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
The insurer of a Stevensville, Md.-based trucking company whose tanker leaked sticky black goo onto the Pennsylvania Turnpike in November says in court filings that its $1 million policy likely won’t be enough to cover roughly 1,000 claims for damaged vehicles.
A Maryland man faces charges after police say his truck spilled a thick substance onto the busy Pennsylvania Turnpike. The incident stranded and damaged hundreds of vehicles.
Hundreds of drivers are stranded on one of the busiest travel days of the year, all because of a spill on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. And a Maryland company is to blame for the tanker that leaked that sticky tar.
A trucking company from Maryland created a big mess in Pennsylvania by leaking a sticky goo on the turnpike,causing more than 100 cars to get stuck. And one of the places people are traveling Thanksgiving night: retail stores, where Black Friday has turned into Black Thursday. Many stores will open at midnight.