Community Helping Those Displaced After 26th Street Collapse

CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Multiple families are still displaced after a major street collapse in Charles Village. Now the community comes together to help those not allowed back inside their homes.

Rochelle Ritchie has details on the community effort.

Members of the Old Goucher Community Association are coming together to raise funds to help those displaced family members. In the meantime, the city is promising to get them back in their homes as soon as possible.

Construction workers remain hard at work as they prepare to build a wall to help stabilize 26th Street after a major street collapse sent cars, the sidewalk and a retaining wall crashing onto the CSX tracks.

“We have built a temporary berm at the bottom of the slope to add additional stability,” officials said.

The street collapse that’s drawn national attention has kicked more than a dozen families out of their homes.

“You could see…

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