06 March 2009

BREAKING NEWS: Heavy Odors of Smoke At Woodlawn WIC Clinic **EXCLUSIVE**

8:55 AM

Baltimore County Fire Department, ambulance crews, and police are on scene in Woodlawn Maryland at the Women, Infants & Children Clinic located in the 1800 block of Woodlawn drive, next to Woodlawn High School, to investigate reported strong odors of smoke. A Fire Dept. official on scene stated the cause is undetermined at this point and the investigation is ongoing.

This is less than a mile away from the devastating O's Place Restaurant fire earlier this week.

Pictures from the scene to be uploaded soon.

Filed on scene by;

A.F. James MacArthur

Managing Editor



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