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Topic - Prince George'S County, Fire And Emergency Medical Services Department
The D.C. government has temporarily halted use of one of its most popular Twitter accounts in order to get a tighter handle on information disseminated about emergency operations.
The spring and summer of 2007 were terrifying times for the residents of Springhill Lake, an apartment complex in Greenbelt with nearly 3,000 units. An arsonist began setting a string of fires in late March of that year, and by the end of the month the multiple-alarm blazes had displaced about 250 families.