Hundreds of people are allowed back into their homes after a tanker carrying 9,000 gallons of propane crashes into their condo complex. And now, we have new video of the out-of-control truck.
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.
Scary situation. An out-of-control tanker carrying thousands of gallons of propane barreled into a condo complex in Port Deposit Tuesday afternoon. Some people are still out of their homes.
Health officials in Cecil County say a cat that scratched a person in the area of Port Deposit has tested positive for rabies.
Cecil County health officials say rabies has been found in a sickly stray cat that scratched five people in downtown Port Deposit.
A Maryland community is outraged after a 16-year-old boy dies in a hit-and-run crash. His family wants answers after police questioned the driver, but let him go.
The waters have gone down, but they’ve left massive problems behind. Roads are still closed and some have lost most of what they own.
The floodwaters in some areas may have receded, but some parts of the state are still on high alert. Now, towns are turning their attention to the dangers of weak bridges and roadways.
Port Deposit residents who fled rising flood waters can’t go home just yet.
Hundreds of people in Cecil County are cleaning up massive amounts of debris in the wake of devastating floods.
People are keeping a close eye as the water rises and falls with the tides. And the worst may be yet to come.
Mandatory evacuations have been issued for both Port Deposit and Havre de Grace as water levels rise. The Conowingo Dam, opening more flood gates, is unleashing a torrent of water into towns downstream.