BALTIMORE (AP) -- Fire officials say more people have fallen ill at an office building where 17 people were sickened last week.
Fire Department spokesman Chief Kevin Cartwright tells WBAL-TV that several workers fell ill Monday afternoon at the Johns Hopkins at Keswick administrative complex.
On Feb. 26, 17 employees were treated and released at emergency rooms after becoming ill. Baltimore health officials said a hot water heater was to blame.
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