A 19-year-old construction worker is buried 15-feet underground near the Clifton Park neighborhood.
The Baltimore Fire Department is on the scene at N. Chester Street and Sinclair Lane of the trench recovery effort.
Officials say the man was working on a sewage line.
UPDATE: Blair Skinner with BCFD says this has been A labor intensive recovery effort. Still haven’t found the construction worker. Had some water issues but Dpw was able to shut the water off.
Hole now a little over 20 feet deep.
Prepared to be out here all night. @WMAR2News pic.twitter.com/KFXqAz6fm6
— Eddie Kadhim (@EddieKadhimWMAR) June 6, 2018
BREAKING: Active trench rescue.
An adult man is stuck 15 feet underground. He was working inside the when he got trapped by a pile of dirt and debris. The hole he was working in wasn’t properly showed up. Right now this backhoe is creating a protective barrier. pic.twitter.com/9UeKJnUdJ7
— Eddie Kadhim (@EddieKadhimWMAR) June 5, 2018
Fire officials confirmed a worker was inside the hole when a "massive pile of dirt and debris fell on top of him."
Click the picture below to see images of the Baltimore Fire Department’s efforts to rescue a man stuck in a trench near Clifton Park:
This story will be updated.