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Photos of this morning’s Mt. Vernon fire

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Firefighters battling flames this morning at a building near the intersection of North Calvert and E. Read streets.

Photo by: John Bloch

A neighbor of this building at the corner of N. Calvert and E. Read streets snapped some photos of the 3-alarm blaze that gutted it early this morning.

The Baltimore Fire Department responded to the three-story building at about 12:45 a.m. and extinguished the blaze, with no injuries reported, according to the Baltimore Sun.

 

No injuries were reported following this early morning fire in Mt. Vernon. (Photo by John Bloch)

No injuries were reported following this early morning fire in Mt. Vernon. (Photo by John Bloch)

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