BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Units responded to a row home collapsed in west Baltimore Friday morning, the Baltimore Firefighter’s Union said.
The collapse happened at a building on the 100 block of North Fulton Avenue.READ MORE: 'He Made That Type Of Impact': Morgan State Remembers Barry Ransom, Student Killed In Towson Monday
Using thermal cameras and specialized research tools, responders checked for anyone trapped, but didn’t find anyone. No injuries were reported.READ MORE: Harford County’s Top Health Official Says He Was Fired For Political Reasons, Advocacy Of Masks In Schools And Vaccines
There is no word on what caused the collapse.
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100 blk N Fulton Av 21223#FranklinSquare@docbullock#BMORESBravest arrived to find a 3 story row home that had collapsed. #BCFDSOC units used thermal cameras & special search equipment to check the rubble for anyone trapped, thankfully there were none. pic.twitter.com/e7rQy66by1
— Baltimore Firefighters IAFF Local 734 (@BCFDL734) September 17, 2021