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Kamenetz dies of massive heart attack

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Baltimore County Executive and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamenetz died early Thursday morning from cardiac arrest.  COURTESY PHOTOBaltimore County Executive and gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamenetz died early Thursday morning from cardiac arrest. COURTESY PHOTO  Baltimore County Executive and Democratic candidate for governor, Kevin Kamenetz died early Thursday morning of a cardiac arrest, according to police.

Kamenetz, who was 60 years old, leaves behind a wife and two sons.

“Kevin was a bold and effective leader in Baltimore County and a strong voice on issues affecting all Marylanders. More importantly, he was a good man. That is rare enough,” said Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett in a statement.

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QO student dies after collapsing during organized fight

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Tyler Terry died Sunday at Children’s National Medical Center almost two weeks after collapsing during a planned physical fight at a Gaithersburg basketball court. COURTESY PHOTOTyler Terry died Sunday at Children’s National Medical Center almost two weeks after collapsing during a planned physical fight at a Gaithersburg basketball court. COURTESY PHOTO  Montgomery County Police are working with the State’s Attorney’s Office to determine if criminal charges are warranted in the death of a 17-year-old Quince Orchard High School student who collapsed after a planned physical fight at a Gaithersburg basketball court last month.

Tyler Steven Terry of Gaithersburg died Sunday, Feb. 11 after a nearly two-week hospitalization stemming from a “cardiac event” he experienced after participating in a fight the morning of Monday, Jan. 29.

Police say two groups of individuals – including Terry – met at a basketball court near Hillstone Road and Timber Rock Road in Gaithersburg with the intention of fighting.

Witnesses called 911 when Terry collapsed several minutes after his participation in the first fight with a male from the opposing group that lasted approximately two to three minutes, according to a Feb. 12 Montgomery County Police press release.

“While the third fight was occurring, Terry collapsed on the ground and became unconscious,” the MCP report stated.

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