BALTIMORE - Crews are working to clean up a massive fuel spill in South Baltimore.
Fire officials say a train's fuel tank ruptured on the tracks along Fort Armistead Road just before 9:30 on Wednesday morning.
The spill doesn't pose a danger to anyone, but it has disrupted rail traffic in the area.
It is unclear how the fuel tank ruptured. The Maryland Department of the Environment is working to clean up the spill.
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