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Crews Rescue Man Trapped In Hole In North Baltimore

Crews successfully rescue a man trapped in a hole in North Baltimore.


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Cecil County To Remove Propane After Tanker Crash

The Cecil County Department of Emergency Services says crews are preparing to off-load 9,000 gallons of propane from a tanker that crashed into a Port Deposit condominium building after losing its brakes coming down a hill.


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Firefighters On Scene At Edgewood Denny’s

Crews are fighting a fire at a Denny’s restaurant.


(Credit: AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

6 Displaced By Townhouse Fire In Pasadena

Authorities say a two-alarm fire has ripped through townhomes in Anne Arundel County, displacing six residents.


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Crews Investigate Leak From Heating Oil Tank

The Baltimore City Fire Department is investigating a hazmat incident.


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Water Main Break Closes Some Schools

A water main break closed several schools Tuesday morning.


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Crews Investigate Broken Gas Line

Officials say Amtrak workers ruptured a gas line in the 1500 block of North Charles Street near Penn Station early Thursday afternoon.


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Crews Investigate Suspicious Fire In West Baltimore

Arson investigators are on the scene of a suspicious house fire that broke out Wednesday morning in West Baltimore.


Photo courtesy: Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services

Crews Fight Barn Fire In Lisbon

Crews from Howard County are fighting a barn fire in Lisbon.


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Hazmat Crew Helps Remove 82 Cats From House

Frederick County authorities say they’ve removed 82 cats from a Thurmont home with help from a hazardous-materials team.



Smell Lingers In Howard Co. After Liquid Manure Spill & Cleanup

There’s a smelly situation in Howard and Baltimore counties. A truck spilled manure as it was driving on Frederick Road Sunday, leaving a stinky mess behind.


Irene Hits Maryland

Ala. Power Crews To Provide Help In Baltimore

An Alabama Power spokesman says crews are heading to Baltimore to help restore power knocked out by Hurricane Irene.