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Posted by: News Bot
« on: Dec 17, 2018    06:00:03 PM »

2 Suspicious Packages Reported At Baltimore County Synagogues

MARYLAND — Baltimore County Fire hazardous materials units and EMS personnel this afternoon responded to two Pikesville area synagogues that received suspicious packages.  
Fire, hazmat and EMS units were dispatched at 12:45 p.m. to the 8100 block of Park Heights Ave., 21208, where two adults working in the offices at the Beth El Congregation opened an envelope and immediately complained that they felt ill. EMS crews evaluated them and found mild symptoms including nausea. The two patients were treated at the scene and refused transport.  
Hazmat units used meters designed to detect dangerous gases and chemical to determine if there was any danger to the building. Nothing significant was found.  
A second incident involving a suspicious package was dispatched at 2:45 p.m. to the 4300 block of Crest Heights Rd., 21215. The location is Beth Isaac Adath Israel.  
Hazmat crews, using their meters, found no dangerous substances or chemicals. No injuries were reported, and units cleared the scene at 3:29 p.m.  
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