By JULIO CORTEZ Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — A natural gas explosion destroyed three row houses in Baltimore on Monday, killing a woman and trapping other people in the wreckage. At least six people were hospitalized as firefighters searched for more survivors. Dozens of firefighters converged on the piles of rubble. A fourth house in the row was ripped open, and windows were shattered in nearby homes, leaving the Reisterstown Station neighborhood in northwest Baltimore strewn with debris and glass. 'It's a disaster. It's a mess. It's unbelievable,' said Diane Glover, who lives across the street. The morning explosion shattered […]
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