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Posted at 10:33 PM ET, 02/23/2011

Man injured in hit-and-run in D.C.

By Clarence Williams


A man was struck by a vehicle and seriously injured Wednesday night in a hit-and-run accident Southeast Washington, authorities said.

The incident happened in the 2600 block of Bowen Road about 9:30 p.m., said Officer Paul Metcalf, a police spokesman. The man was found unconscious but breathing at the scene, Metcalf said.

He was taken to a hospital with serious and potentially life-threatening injuries, a fire department spokesman said.


By Clarence Williams  | February 23, 2011; 10:33 PM ET
Categories:  Crime and Public Safety, DC  
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A bill in the Maryland General Assembly would give the council authority to require owners of abandoned, foreclosed residential property to pay a $75 registration fee each year. The fees would be placed in a fund to maintain neglected homes that officials say have contributed to a decrease in property values in the county.
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A bill in the Maryland General Assembly would give the council authority to require owners of abandoned, foreclosed residential property to pay a $75 registration fee each year. The fees would be placed in a fund to maintain neglected homes that officials say have contributed to a decrease in property values in the county.
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