by Lisa Tome
Fire engines and ambulances from Havre de Grace, Oxford, Pa., Port Deposit and others sat outside Perryville Fire Company's Route 7 station on Sunday.
Crews from other stations flocked to Perryville to offer support following the death of a life member of the fire company.
Brian Williams, 51, a current Board of Director and 31 year member of the company was pronounced dead on Sunday on I-95 northbound near Route 222.
But Williams, of Perryville wasn't volunteering with the fire company when he was killed. Williams was a tow truck driver, a job friends said he loved, for nearly 20 years. Williams, a retired Baltimore County firefighter, worked part time for Collette's Service Center of Perryville.
Michael Brown is ready to take to the streets again.
Last Wednesday, Brown and a group of others were out in Rising Sun praying, walking, and praying again. Tuesday, July 26, the prayer walkers met at the Perryville Fire Company at 6 p.m. to begin the group walk.
Lori Norris of Calvert brought three of her children out for the prayer walk. "It's important to be part of your community and know what's going on," said Norris, who also said it's important to pray for the police.