BEL AIR, Md. - Members of the Harford County Tactical Rescue Team are going door-to-door at homes along Broad Creek. The message -- GET OUT!
Officials say water is currently three feet above the dam in the area. While there is no concern of the structural integrity of the dam, officials are worried about the survival of the homes.
In addition to the door-to-door contact, a Connect CTY telephone message was sent earlier to residences downstream of the dam. the TRT and Darlington VFC will advise the Emergency Operations center when they have verified all of the cottages have been visited and cleared.
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