Explosive devices at two Maryland state buildings; all mailrooms locked down - baltimoresun.com
By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun 2:44 p.m. EST, January 6, 2011
Explosive devices have been reported at two state buildings — one near the State House in Annapolis and another in Hanover — and have injured at least one person, officials said. The state government has locked down all of its mailrooms, according to a bulletin from the Maryland Department of Transportation. A State House mailroom employee was hurt Thursday afternoon while handling a package, and the incident was being investigated by bomb squad officials, according to Annapolis city officials.
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HANOVER, Md. - ABC2News.com has learned that 6 people were treated for injuries after an explosion at the Maryland Department of Transportation Headquarters in Anne Arundel County. Sources also say it may have been an improvised explosive device. It happened just after 1pm Thursday afternoon. All of the victims were treated at the scene with injuries that are described as minor. Hazardous Materials units are also at the scene along with K-9 units. Authorities are working to set up a mobile command. Authorities have not released any more information.
rutroh.. I wonder who the perps are.
anyway hope everyone is ok. I've got lots of relatives/friends in the MD/VA/DC area.