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Baltimore did not conduct routine inspections as promised after East 26th St. collapse in 2014, records show

A week after the April 2014 collapse of a portion of East 26th Street in Charles Village, Baltimore officials promised to conduct routine inspections of aging infrastructure like the retaining wall that gave way under heavy rains and sent cars and trees plummeting to the railroad tracks below. …
Source: Sun

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