As Towson residents, young and old, stood on the corner of York Road and Towsontown Boulevard on Thursday afternoon protesting the county’s proposed plan to build a firehouse at Towson Manor Park, an ambulance streaked past with its siren blaring en route to an emergency.

The noise canceled out the cries of the protesters, who passed out fliers, held signs and chanted for nearly an hour to raise awareness about the plan and build support to save their park.

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