Vehicles Removed From Sinkhole At Charles And 26th Streets

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation Director William M. Johnson today announced that vehicles affected by the incident at Charles and 26th Streets have been removed.

On Thursday, May 01, 2014 crews worked diligently to remove all vehicles from the sinkhole area. Vehicles removed from the scene were taken to the Pulaski Highway Impound and Storage Facility located at 6700 Pulaski Highway. Citizens whose vehicles were affected by the incident can retrieve their cars from the Pulaski Highway facility.

Anyone with questions regarding the location of their vehicle should call 311.

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