There are nights when Christopher Vucci doesn’t get much sleep, worried that a drunk driver might crash a car into his house again. Vucci wasn’t living in the house on 28th Street last year — his late uncle was — when a car careened into the home, but he dealt with the consequences long after the wreck. It took months to get the rowhome’s glass-paned sunroom rebuilt; as they waited on Baltimore Gas and Electric, the broken gas hookup forced Vucci and his partner to start the winter without working heat.
Remington residents say ‘road diet’ has made 28th Street safer, but crashes still a concern
January 8, 2024