Rosedale apartment fire deemed ‘suspicious’

ArsonUPDATE: Baltimore County investigators have determined that the fire was set intentionally. The suspect has been identified as Romaine Wilson, 59, and a warrant has been issued for her arrest.

Original story below…


A fire that displaced a Rosedale family on Saturday has been deemed “suspicious” by authorities.

Fire crews responded to the blaze in the 2000 block of Kelbourne Road on Saturday afternoon.

Three individuals had to be rescued from the second floor balcony.

The fire quickly spread to a second alarm. The Baltimore County Fire Department was able to bring the fire under control, but multiple apartments suffered enough smoke and water damage to displace their residents. The Red Cross responded to the scene to assist those families in need.

Baltimore County Police Department Arson Investigators also responded to the scene when the preliminary investigation indicated that the fire may have started in the rental office under “suspicious circumstances.”

This incident will continue to be investigated by the Baltimore County Police Arson Unit.

2-alarm apartment fire reported in Rosedale

Fire NewsUPDATE: The fire has been deemed “suspicious” by authorities.

Original story below…


Emergency crews were busy battling a dwelling fire in Rosedale on Saturday afternoon.

At about 12:30 p.m., fire crews responded to the 2000 block of Kelbourne Road.

At the scene, crews found a fire raging with people reportedly trapped on the second floor balcony.

A second alarm has been sounded and 1 child and 1 adult have been rescued from the balcony at the scene.

There is no word on any injuries.

Motorists should avoid the area.


Rosedale crash shuts down inner loop of I-695

Road ClosedA Saturday morning crash is snarling traffic in the Rosedale area.

At just after 8:30 a.m., a crash occurred along the inner loop of I-695 at Route 40.

All lanes of the inner loop are now closed at Pulaski Highway.

There is no immediate word on any injuries.

Motorists should use an alternate route.


Crash reported at Philadelphia and New Forge Roads

Car CrashEmergency personnel responded to an accident at a busy White Marsh intersection on Friday evening.

At just before 7 p.m., the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company responded to the intersection of Philadelphia Road and New Forge Road for a report of a crash.

At the scene, responders found that multiple vehicles had been involved in a crash.  There were injuries reported, although the extent is unknown.

Motorists should avoid the area, if possible

There have been numerous accidents at this intersection in recent months.  In March, officials announced that a traffic light would soon be installed at the troublesome intersection.