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A two-alarm fire damaged a Pikesville assisted living complex early this morning.

BCoPD fire investigators have ruled the fire accidental, though they have not yet named a specific cause.

BCoFD responded to Springhouse Assisted Living in the 8900 block of Reisterstown Road at 2:42 a.m. First-arriving units found smoke and fire on the third floor and managed to confine the fire to a single room.  Some residents on the second and third floors were temporarily evacuated.

No one was injured as a result of the fire. One resident was transported to a local hospital with symptoms unrelated to the fire.

Investigators estimate that this fire caused $250,000 worth of damage.

At 3:01 Baltimore County 911 center received a call for an apartment fire at 37 Tentmill Lane, Pikesville Maryland.

Crews arrived to find fire in a second floor apartment and were faced with multiple residents still in the apartments. Fire crews and Baltimore County Police assisted in extricating and rescuing multiple residents.

Two  residents were transported to Northwest Hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

The fire involved 4 units and displaced about 20 residents. Red Cross is on scene assisting with the displaced residents.

The cold weather and icing conditions complicated fire department operations, and salt trucks assisted on scene. The cause and origin are under investigation. Updates will be provided as they become available.

On January 24 at 10:05 p.m., Baltimore County Police and Fire Personnel responded to Old Pimlico Road and Woodbox Lane in Pikesville 21209 for a report of a serious automobile accident. Upon arriving at the scene, officers found that there was a single vehicle involved.

The driver was transported by Baltimore County Medic to Sinai Hospital where he was declared deceased. He has been identified as 23-year-old Phillip Maxim Podin of Brampton Court in Reisterstown.

The initial investigation into this incident by the Baltimore County Police Department Crash Team has indicated that a Lexus IS300 had been traveling at a high rate of speed on north-bound Old Pimlico Road just south of Woodbox Lane.  The vehicle left the roadway, struck a BGE pole, struck a tree, started to roll, struck two more trees, and came to rest back on north-bound Old Pimlico Road. The driver was ejected from the vehicle before it came to rest on the road.

This incident remains under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department Crash Team.

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