Firefighters Help Rescue Man from Collapsed Baltimore Row House

Firefighters helped rescue a man trapped for about four hours after a row house collapsed in Baltimore, Maryland.

WBAL reported (http://bit.ly/1vuwYIY) that fire and rescue crews were called shortly after 12:30 p.m. to a building collapse in the city’s Ridgely’s Delight neighborhood.

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Fire officials considered the building unstable and focused on the basement area, the report said. The home was reportedly undergoing renovation when the collapse occurred, trapping one of the construction workers. Another worker escaped the collapse.

Rescuers used search cameras to locate the victim and then shored up the dwelling to perform the rescue, according to the report.

The victim was removed and transported to a medical facility at around 4:30 p.m.

Read more and see a video at http://bit.ly/1vuwYIY.

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