BALTIMORE (WMAR) - One person was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. Four others made it out safely. The fire broke out last night on Crowson Avenue, that's near York Road and Cold Spring Lane.
The fire spread to two homes. It was so intense that the second floor partially collapsed in one of the homes.
That forced firefighters to move outside to fight the fire. No firefighters were injured.
It took several hours for the fire to be brought under control.
Thanks to viewer Carolyn Fischer for sending in this video from the scene!
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