Baltimore County executive, gubernatorial candidate called 911 from Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Company, officials say

  • Source: Carroll County Times
  • Published: 05/10/2018 12:39 PM

Kevin Kamenetz awoke in his Owings Mills home feeling tightness in his chest early Thursday. Rather than call 911 for an ambulance, he chose to drive about two miles away to the Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Company where he had been known to get snowballs with his family. The two-term county executive, just 60 years old, died about an hour later of cardiac arrest. Officials said they don’t know why he chose to go to the fire station, tucked away off scenic Greenspring Avenue. The fire station is about 10 miles northwest — a nearly 20-minute drive — to St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson where he died.


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