BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Severe storms rolled through parts of Maryland Monday afternoon, leaving downed power lines and power outages behind.
As of 11:15 p.m. Monday, just over 6,300 BGE customers were without power, primarily in Baltimore, Carroll and Harford counties.READ MORE: Gov. Hogan Honors Those Who Lost Their Lives To COVID-19; Marks March 5 As Day Of Remembrance
At one point, just under 18,000 customers were in the dark.
In Frederick County, Interstate 270 was temporarily blocked due to downed live power lines.
@MDSP confirms I-270 NB & SB At Frederick County Line ALL LANES BLOCKED due to live wires across the roadway due to weather.
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Multiple reports of downed trees have also come in across the region. A fallen tree also killed an 89-year-old man in Finksburg who was in his driveway as a storm passed by.
Also in Finksburg, a deputy had to detour traffic around a tree on Deer Park Road. Power lines and a transformer were also tangled on the ground.
The National Weather Service has not said whether the damage in Finksburg was caused by a tornado.
Massive trees also slammed into the ground across town at the Beaver Creek Estates, crushing a car.
In Baltimore, WJZ caught up with Terri Kenney, who had a tree fall on his roof.
“I mean it was short, but it was wicked,” Kenney said. “Every tree on this street was bending.”
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