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A mother and four children have been taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure after experiencing symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning Friday morning.
Four people were injured after a car crashed into a tree Monday afternoon near a Rockville high school.
An SUV struck a baby in a stroller at the intersection of Aspen Hill Road and Georgia Avenue Friday morning, leaving the baby with serious injuries.
Tags: Montgomery County Fire Department , Scott Graham , Aspen Hill , pedestrian accident , Children's Hospital , Nathan Hager , Georgia Avenue , Aspen Hill Road , Samira Kailey , Sylra Kailey , Brendon Johnston , Montgomery County Police
Nothing was mechanically wrong with the vehicle, Maryland State Police spokesperson Greg Shipley says.
A body has been found along the Potomac River, two days after a mother and daughter went missing during a Memorial Day picnic.
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Captain Oscar Garcia says a man walked into the emergency room shortly after 5:30 p.m. Wednesday complaining of an itchy arm after opening an envelope and seeing a white powder inside.