Heavy Rain Hits Maryland, Reopens Sinkhole In East Baltimore

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This house on Route 50 is flooded.
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Credit: Mary Ann Becker
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Traffic on Route 50.
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Credit: Mary Ann Becker
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Route 50 in Easton was hit hard with rain.
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Route 50 in Easton had heavy downpour.
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"Took this from my balcony earlier today during the tornado warning. It was trying to form but didn't last long. Thank goodness."-Lisa L, of Owings Mills
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Heavy Rain Credit: Sheryl Aguilar
Credit: Sheryl Aguilar
Heavy Rain Credit: Sheryl Aguilar
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“This is the neighborhood of Mulberry Station, right off of Route 50 in Easton. The water made it up our driveway and into our garage at about ankle deep. The thunder and lightning was really bad. The white car in the street tried to make it thru the water before it got really deep, but just couldn't make it. It is 3:45 now and it is raining steady again with thunder and lightning.”- Sheryl Aguilar
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Aliceanna Street at Caroline Street in Fells Point
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Several parts of Maryland experienced five to six inches of rain.
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A Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) spokesman says heavy rains caused scattered power outages and road closures.
Heavy Rain Reopens Sinkhole
Heavy Rain Reopens Sinkhole
From one side of the curb to the other, the 2300-block of East Monument Street is now a disaster. It’s so bad the city has ordered the evacuation of several residents who live above the storefronts as a precaution.
Heavy Rain Reopens Sinkhole
Heavy Rain Reopens Sinkhole
Heavy rains force a major sinkhole to reopen in East Baltimore on Monument Street.
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