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TRAFFIC ALERT Eastern Avenue is closed between Rhode Island Avenue and Bladensburg Road at the D.C./Prince George's line due to a water main break.
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Rioting prompts state of emergency in Baltimore

Baltimore remains under a state of emergency after looting, fires and clashes around the city after the funeral of Freddie Gray, the man who died from a severe spinal injury after being taken into police custody. At least 15 officers were injured, and two dozen people arrested. Follow WTOP's live blog for the latest.

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