A man is dead after three port-a-potties caught fire Sunday afternoon outside M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, authorities said. >> Read more trending news According to WMAR, firefighters responded to the scene about 3 p.m. after a security guard spotted the blaze in a parking lot outside the stadium, home to the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. The Baltimore City Fire Department tweeted that 'an adult male was seen on fire coming from a Port A Potty.' 'Upon arrival, the adult male was pronounced deceased & three Port A Potties engulfed in flames,' the tweet said. >> See the tweet here Officials are still trying to determine what caused the fire, WMAR reported. Read more here.
A teen from Amesbury, Massachusetts, was killed in a snowmobile crash in Maine, according to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife. >> Read more news stories The department said the crash happened at 10:50 p.m. Saturday on Thompson Lake in Poland when two snowmobiles were heading down a plowed portion of the lake in an area known as 'The Heath.' The lead snowmobile, driven by 17-year-old Troy Marden, failed to navigate around a corner in the road and struck a snowbank, and Marden was then ejected from the snowmobile. >> On Boston25News.com: Pregnant Mass. woman, unborn child killed in snowmobile crash in Maine The driver of the second snowmobile tried to help the victim before going for help, but Marden was pronounced dead at the scene. The Maine Warden Service is investigating the crash, which was Maine's fifth fatal snowmobile crash of the season. Meanwhile, Amesbury High School released a statement, mourning the loss of Marden. The full statement can be read below: 'It is with deep regret and sadness that we inform you about a tragic loss to our school community. On Saturday, February 16th, senior Troy Marden was killed in a fatal snowmobile accident. This loss is sure to raise many emotions, concerns, and questions for our entire school community. Amesbury Public Schools has a team of professionals prepared to help with the needs of students, parents, and school personnel in difficult times such as this. Tomorrow, Monday, February 18th, we will have counselors available at the Amesbury High School cafeteria from 1-4 pm for any student, staff or community member who may need support as a result of this loss. Should you or your child need assistance before our counselors are available tomorrow at 1 pm, we’d recommend reaching out a mental health professional. Again, we are deeply saddened by our loss, and our thoughts and prayers are with Troy’s family and friends.
There are a lot of questions after someone shot and killed a driver in a car outside a Walmart store in Douglas County, Georgia. >> Watch the news report here Douglasville police confirmed to Atlanta's WSB-TV that the shooting happened about 12:50 p.m. Sunday outside the store on Thornton Road. A WSB-TV photographer arrived at the scene to find multiple police officers investigating. Eric Wright heard one loud gunshot. “I look over to see what it was, and I see the guy yelling at the other guy, telling him to put his hands up, and he had his gun drawn on the guy in the car,' he told WSB-TV's Rikki Klaus. >> Read more news stories Wright said the gunman was with a woman and kids. He said his commands sounded like a police officer's. “He was asking his wife to go ahead and get him his badge.” Wright said he went near the car to help and saw the man, who later died. WSB-TV has reached out to police to find out if the gunman is an officer. The station is waiting to hear back. It is unknown at this time what led to the shooting.