Tornadoes hit Maryland
Full coverage of the Sept. 24 twisters that hit College Park and Laurel.
St. Louis Catholic Church in Clarksville could not contain the outpouring of love and grief yesterday for the two sisters killed by a tornado's fury. Hundreds unable to fit into the 49-pew sanctuary stood outside and listened to the words of comfort coming through a speaker on the roof. Read more .../span>
SOMEWHERE IN another lifetime, my friend Ron Matz, the television newsman, attended his first class on his very first morning as a freshman at the University of Maryland's College Park campus. The course was held in an auditorium. There were roughly 500 kids in the room when Matz arrived. Read more .../span>
Shortly after dawn's light revealed the full impact of the most devastating Maryland tornado in 75 years, wood-chippers buzzed and brooms whisked across Prince George's and Howard counties yesterday as residents and officials pledged a rapid recovery. Read more .../span>
COLLEGE PARK - When the tornado struck, the rescuers became the rescued. Read more .../span>
COLLEGE PARK - A tornado blazed a 10-mile-long path of destruction through Central Maryland at rush hour yesterday afternoon, killing two Howard County sisters and injuring dozens of people while ripping the roofs off buildings and flinging cars through the air. Read more .../span>
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