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Cockeysville hazmat situation resolved; man pronounced dead in apparent suicide

Baltimore County police and fire officials responded Monday to a hazmat situation involving a charcoal grill at a Cockeysville parking garage.

One man was found unresponsive in a car near a business park on N. Park Drive, said Baltimore County police spokesman Shawn Vinson. The man was later pronounced dead in an apparent suicide.

A bomb squad was initially called to the scene, but explosives were ruled out, according to fire department spokesman Nicholas Tyson.

Fire crews worked to ventilate the area. There was no threat to public safety, Tyson said.

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