Baltimore City firefighters battled a roof fire that broke out Tuesday morning in a multi-story building at the intersection of West 22nd St. and Maryland Avenue, in the Old Goucher neighborhood west of Charles Street
. Crews found fire and smoke spewing from an air conditioning unit atop the brick building, which, officials said, appeared to be a mix of offices and residences.
The fire was extinguished shortly before 9 a.m. Firefighters remained on the scene to determine if the building's interior was damaged and if tar work on the roof played any role in the incident.
No civilians or firefighters were injured.
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