Overnight Frederick County Flooding Causes Extensive Damage

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FREDERICK, Md. (WJZ) ‘ No MARC Brunswick Line service will be available Wednesday morning. The Maryland Transit Administration cites Tuesday night’s severe weather and resulting damage to train tracks as reasoning for the closure.

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FREDERICK, Md. (WJZ) — No MARC Brunswick Line service will be available Wednesday morning. The Maryland Transit Administration cites Tuesday night’s severe weather and resulting damage to train tracks as reasoning for the closure. The website says tracks were damaged’between Brunswick and Germantown and between Monocacy and Point of Rocks on the Frederick Branch.

The weather has also resulted in the Downtown YMCA of Frederick County closing Wednesday and roads remain hazardous. Officials warn residents to beware of pot holes developing that could be dangerous for cars.

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  • Date: 2018-05-16T06:14:09+00:00
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He said he had his 2017 Toyota SUV in cruise control, traveling about 60 miles per hour. It was shortly after 1 p.m. when suddenly, along Highway 73 in Carlton County, a large, dark object leapt from the ditch and took flight.

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