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House fire on Eastern Parkway | PHOTOS

An unidentified neighbor, right, hugs homeowner Mark Flenner as a relative looks on at left. Flenner came home from work after firefighters had the one-alarm fire under control. Flenner said his younger brother, Kurt Flenner, 54, was taken to Bayview after firefighters rescued him from his basement apartment.
(Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

House fire on Eastern Parkway | PHOTOS

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Firefighters are at a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway in northeast Baltimore.
Fire aftermath
An unidentified neighbor, right, hugs homeowner Mark Flenner as a relative looks on at left. Flenner came home from work after firefighters had the one-alarm fire under control. Flenner said his younger brother, Kurt Flenner, 54, was taken to Bayview after firefighters rescued him from his basement apartment.
An unidentified neighbor, right, hugs homeowner Mark Flenner as a relative looks on at left. Flenner came home from work after firefighters had the one-alarm fire under control. Flenner said his younger brother, Kurt Flenner, 54, was taken to Bayview after firefighters rescued him from his basement apartment. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
Fire aftermath
Firefighters at the scene of a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway in northeast Baltimore. A resident was rescued from the basement and taken to the hospital.
Firefighters at the scene of a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway in northeast Baltimore. A resident was rescued from the basement and taken to the hospital. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Firefighters cut a hole in the roof of 6307 Eastern Parkway when they observed smoke coming from the upper floor and basement.
Firefighters cut a hole in the roof of 6307 Eastern Parkway when they observed smoke coming from the upper floor and basement. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Firefighters at the scene of a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway in northeast Baltimore.
Firefighters at the scene of a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway in northeast Baltimore. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Baltimore City firefighters talk at the scene of a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway after it was brought under control.
Baltimore City firefighters talk at the scene of a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway after it was brought under control. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Baltimore City firefighters put out a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway.
Baltimore City firefighters put out a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Homeowner Mark Flenner, left, watches with others from a distance as Baltimore city firefighters get a one -alarm fire under control at 6307 Eastern Parkway. Flenner arrived home after the firefighters were on the scene.
Homeowner Mark Flenner, left, watches with others from a distance as Baltimore city firefighters get a one -alarm fire under control at 6307 Eastern Parkway. Flenner arrived home after the firefighters were on the scene. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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The residential street lined with Cape Cod homes on the 6300 block of Eastern Parkway, was filled with six engines and three trucks, as Baltimore City firefighters put out a fire and rescued a resident.
The residential street lined with Cape Cod homes on the 6300 block of Eastern Parkway, was filled with six engines and three trucks, as Baltimore City firefighters put out a fire and rescued a resident. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Baltimore City firefighters put out the fire and rescued a resident at a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway.
Baltimore City firefighters put out the fire and rescued a resident at a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
Fire aftermath
Baltimore City firefighters got a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway under control in thirty minutes. One man was rescued from the basement and taken to Bayview before the homeowner, his brother, arrived at the scene. They are the only occupants at the home.
Baltimore City firefighters got a one-alarm fire at 6307 Eastern Parkway under control in thirty minutes. One man was rescued from the basement and taken to Bayview before the homeowner, his brother, arrived at the scene. They are the only occupants at the home. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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