Update from the Baltimore County Fire Department: McDonogh school explosion, Owings Mills: 1 adult and 1 child transported w non-life-threatening injuries. Explosion damaged the shot tower, a smokestack for the boiler room.
UPDATE 9:36 a.m.- The Baltimore County Fire Department is now reporting that one child was also injured in the explosions. They did not give word on what kind of injuries.
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Owings Mills, MD- The Baltimore County Fire Department is currently on the scene at McDonogh School in Owings Mills, MD for a reported explosion for a smoke tower.
They are reporting two adults were injured with non-life threatening injuries and
no students hurt.
The Fire Department is asking all individuals to stay away from McDonogh Road as they investigate the stability of the area, along with numerous fire and emergency service personnel in the area.
#bcofd EXPLOSION// 8600 blk Mcdonogh Rd// FD crews enroute to reported explosion at the McDonogh School campus//Injuries have been reported//PIO enroute. DT0831 ^TF— Baltimore County Fire Department (@BaltCoFire) September 18, 2019
UPDATE #bcofd #explosion Mcdonogh School//CMD reports explosion of smoke tower// 2 adult patients with non life-threatening conditions at this time// AVOID MCDONOGH ROAD as numerous FD resources are responding. DT0827 ^TF— Baltimore County Fire Department (@BaltCoFire) September 18, 2019
This is a developing story.