BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Peeling paint, live wires and mold–all found inside a Baltimore City school. Now a state senator is demanding answers from the school system about what he calls an emergency situation.
Meghan McCorkell has the disturbing images from inside the building.
The senator says even though school doesn’t start until August 31, someone has dropped the ball on giving students what was promised.
Live wires sticking out of a wall, mold growing on the ceiling, carpets filthy dirty inside classrooms.
“Parents are upset, community members are upset,” said Senator Bill Ferguson, (D) Baltimore City.