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Free flu clinic in city offers seasonal, H1N1 shots

The Baltimore Health Department will hold a flu clinic this week for the public and will begin school-based vaccination clinics. Seasonal flu shots and H1N1 vaccine will be available free from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The clinic will be on the sixth floor at the warehouse, 333 W. Camden St. Free parking is available. The clinics are first-come, first-served and the H1N1 vaccine is intended for priority groups such as pregnant women, children and adults 25 to 64 with chronic health problems. School-based clinics will take place Tuesday through Friday and are open only to students with a signed consent form. Go to, or call 443-984-4358.

-Kelly Brewington

Crash on I-95 delays traffic near Edgewood in Harford Co.

Heavy northbound Interstate 95 traffic near Edgewood in Harford County was forced to turn around and take detours after at least two vehicles collided on the highway Sunday afternoon, said State Police at the John F. Kennedy Barracks. Shortly before 4 p.m., a sport utility vehicle collided with at least one vehicle near the Edgewood exit and brought traffic to a temporary halt. Police said an undetermined number of people were taken by ambulances to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air with injuries not considered to be life-threatening. Police said that due to the crash and removal of the damaged vehicles, traffic was backed up for "quite a bit" and was finally rerouted to U.S. 40 before re-entering I-95 beyond the accident scene. The accident was being investigated by a State Police crash team.

-Richard Irwin

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