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Man injured after falling through partially collapsed vacant Baltimore rowhouse

Baltimore Fire responded to a partially collapsed row home in Oliver where a man fell through the floor and was injured Tuesday night.

Baltimore firefighters rescued an injured man Tuesday night after he fell through the floor of a partially collapsed vacant rowhouse, fire officials said.

Baltimore Fire personnel responded to a vacant home in the 1700 block of North Dallas Street in Oliver shortly before 8 p.m. A man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after he fell through a floor inside the already-collapsed building, spokeswoman Blair Adams said in a text message.

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First responders rescued the man in less than 30 minutes and took him to a hospital, Adams said.

Firefighters and police were already leaving the scene amid falling rain by about 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.

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Nearly every house on the block has received vacant building notices, according to a city database.

Baltimore Fire responded to a partially collapsed row home in Oliver where a man fell through the floor and was injured Tuesday night.

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