Gov. Hogan declares state of emergency after floods hit Ellicott City, Baltimore

Gov. Larry Hogan issued a state of emergency on Sunday after heavy rainfall led to massive flooding in Ellicott City, Baltimore and many other areas of the state.

Flash floods ravaged Ellicott City's historic downtown for the second time in less than two years, causing widespread damage to a downtown that just recently bounced back. Footage of the floods showed water racing down Main Street with debris and cars amid the flood waters.

Once again, widespread damage was reported amid businesses hit…

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