Flooded schools mean Baltimore students had to go virtual

More than 1,000 Baltimore City students returned to school virtually Tuesday after frozen pipes burst, seriously damaging two schools, among others. Frederick Douglass High School is one of two high schools that were closed due to flooding. Work crews have been on the job since the weekend, trying to clean up flooded classrooms and hallways on at least three floors in one wing at Douglass. In addition to Douglass, 11 News went to Digital Harbor High School, where wet carpeting was piled up outside due to serious water damage.