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National Guard patrols Baltimore neighborhoods

Areas of Baltimore remain closed after Monday night's rioting. Cleanup has started. And, the governor promising more help, has sent in the National Guard an end to the violence. Follow WTOP's live blog for the latest developments from Baltimore.

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