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It took about 40 minutes to remove two victims from the vehicle.
Get a free regular treat at the Rita's in Maryland City Wednesday.
The Department of Defense could see spending cuts of more than 9 percent, leading to possible furloughs for civilian workers.
Maryland Live! saw revenue decline slightly despite the first full month of 24-hour gambling.
Police & Fire
Firefighters rescued at least three drivers at intersections in Maryland City and Glen Burnie.
All casinos in the state saw increases in revenue in the final month of the year, though revenue from Hollywood Casino and Ocean Downs was lower than in 2011. Maryland Live! pulled in $229 million in 2012.
Police & Fire, Schools
Jaelin Ashe, a ninth-grader at the high school, died Thursday morning after being struck by a car in Laurel.
The 15-year-old was crossing the street when he was hit, police said.
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