Tuesday, April 28th thread
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Public Transportation and Mass Transit – At this time, MARC, Amtrak, MTA Buses, Light Rail, the Circulator, Harbor Connector, and Water Taxi all expect to operate on their normal schedules, however services have not yet been confirmed.
No Major Road Closures – At this time, there are no major road closures as a result of Monday’s events.
Schools Closed – City Public Schools and Catholic Schools have been closed for Tuesday, April 28.
Night-Time Curfew – The curfew will begin Tuesday, April 28. The night-time curfew for all citizens (with the exception of emergency personnel and those commuting to and from work for essential functions) will be in effect daily, from 10pm – 5am for what is estimated to be a period of at least one week. It is important to note that all businesses will be required to be closed by 10pm. Violation of this curfew may result in arrest.
Day-Time Youth Curfew – The curfew will begin Tuesday, April 28, at 5am. The day-time youth curfew will be in effect daily from 5am – 10pm for what is estimated to be a period of at least one week. The curfew prohibits youth age 17 or younger from being outside unless they are traveling to or from school, work, a recreation center, or are accompanied by a parent or guardian. Violation of this curfew may result in arrest.
Recreation Centers Open – The City’s Recreation Centers will be open during their normal operating hours.
Orioles Games – The game tonight has been postponed until later date.
911 System is Up and Running – The City has experienced an unprecedented volume of 911 calls and was able to effectively respond. The wait time is down, but may fluctuate based on the volume of 911 calls received. It is important that callers remain on the line to report all emergency situations, and that they do NOT hang up, as this requires a call back from the 911 operator who could instead be responding to another call.
Trash & Recycling Pick-up and Streetsweeping scheduled to occur – At this time, DPW services such as trash and recycling pick-up and street sweeping are expected to occur as regularly scheduled.
The National Guard will be used to protect critical infrastructure around the City – Baltimore is receiving aid from jurisdictions throughout the State, and we are grateful for their assistance. City agencies are preparing to implement clean-up efforts. As previously reported, curfew is in effect tomorrow from 10pm until 5am. We will be heavily enforcing the curfew. BPD is actively working to gather intelligence on any additional rioting or looting planned for tomorrow.
1145AM: [Johns Hopkins has cancelled classes in Baltimore ](https://twitter.com/JohnsHopkins/status/593066927725117440)
1145AM: University of Baltimore close at 5pm, evening classes and activities canceled
Ungern formed the volunteer Asiatic Cavalry Division (Russian: Азиатская конная дивизия), a mix of Russians, Buryats,Tatars, Bashkirs, Mongols from different tribes, Chinese, Manchu, Japanese,Polish exiles and many others. Ungern’s unit was known as “The Savage Division” (Russian: Дикая дивизия), a term properly referring to the military unit consisting of mountain peoples from the Caucasus or Mongolic Kalmyksin the Russian Imperial Army, which fought in World War I and later, after the Russian Revolution, against Bolsheviks. Ungern reinforced his military station at Dauria, creating a kind of fortress from where his troops launched attacks on Red forces.