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BALTIMORE (AP) State health officials say two more Marylanders have died of swine flu, bringing the total number of deaths in the state to 12. Both were adults who lived in the Baltimore area. They were not related, and neither had any underlying medical conditions.

BROOKEVILLE, Md. (AP) The recent rains have caused numerous traffic accidents and forced Montgomery County rescuers to assist a driver who was stranded in a flash flood. Montgomery County fire and rescue crews were called to Brighton Dam Road near Brookeville early yesterday morning. Two vehicles were stalled in the water.

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