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Baltimore landslide: Is it covered? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Randy Post   
Wednesday, 28 May 2014 00:04
A car damaged after a retaining wall failure in Baltimore

This is a different perspective on landslides than what I usually blog about on GeoPrac. This banking and insurance website blog post discusses what should and shouldn't be covered on a car owner's insurance policy. Several cars parked along the road were damaged after a retaining wall / slope failure in Baltimore last month. [Source: Read the blog post at Bankrate, Inc.. Image: CBS Baltimore]

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