Potomac Pool Closed After Two People Injured by Electric Shock

Potomac Pool Closed After Two People Injured by Electric Shock

National ICE raids generate fear in Montgomery County; Maryland Democrats file second complaint about Hogan campaign donors

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Two taken to hospital after electric shock at Potomac pool

Two people were taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries on Sunday after they suffered an electric shock in a Potomac pool.

The incident happened at Westleigh Pool and fire officials closed the facility for an extended period on Sunday because it was “unsafe to occupy or use.” [WJLA]

ICE raids generate fear in Montgomery County

Montgomery County officials over the weekend said reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement would be conducting raids in cities across the country had generated “concern, fear and disruption in our communities.”

Local police said they don’t ask about immigration status and don’t assist with immigration raids or investigations. [WTOP]

Maryland democrats file second complaint about Hogan campaign donors

The Maryland Democratic Party has filed another complaint with the state Board of Elections against Gov. Larry Hogan’s campaign, alleging that entities sharing the same address gave donations over the $6,000 legal limit allowed in an election cycle. [Washington Post]

Today’s weather

Warm on Monday with a high temperature around 90 degrees. The overnight low will dip to about 65.

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