Bullhorns used to evacuate residents from condemned Md. condo complex

Prince George’s County Police used bullhorns to encourage residents of a crumbling and condemned condominium complex to comply with orders to evacuate the buildings immediately.  Dozens of officers were at the Lynnhill condominiums to oversee what authorities are describing as a “humanitarian evacuation” after buildings were condemned by fire authorities Tuesday for chronic safety violations.    Read the article……………


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