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Keyword: sollers point road

A fire heavily damaged a large section of the vacant Seagram's distillery in Dundalk last night.

The fire -- which involved nearly two alarms' worth of equipment -- was under control around 2 a.m., but BCoFD crews remain on scene, working to ensure that the fire is completely extinguished.

No injuries have been reported.

Crews were dispatched at 10:02 p.m. to a building fire at Sollers Point Road and Delvale Avenue. First-arriving units found heavy fire showing from the fourth floor of the building; they and additional crews fought the fire from the outside.

The fire caused a partial collapse of the building, including the roof. This collapse made the property unsafe for Baltimore County Police fire investigators to conduct an on-scene investigation; the cause of the fire is undetermined.

The CSX railroad tracks adjacent to the Seagram's building were shut down for safety as a result of the fire.

About 20 pieces of fire equipment responded to this incident.

UPDATE (August 11, 2017 8:27 a.m.):

The driver of the truck involved in a single-vehicle crash in Dundalk early yesterday morning is identified as Elier Rocha Jaquez (27) of the 800 block of Shipfriend Road in Middle River.

The Baltimore County Crash Investigation Team continues to investigate the cause of this crash.

Original Release (August 10, 2017 12:07 p.m.):

Baltimore County Police Crash Investigators continue to investigate a single-vehicle crash in Dundalk that left one person dead early this morning.

The preliminary investigation indicates that a Ford truck was traveling southbound on Dundalk Avenue around 4:08 a.m. when it struck a median curb near Sollers Point Road, overturned, and caught fire. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene and transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for autopsy.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017