USA: Huge fire disrupts metro service in New York

Published on May 17, 2016

A fire broke out on the metro’s railway tracks in Harlem, New York City, on Tuesday, causing a suspension in service.

The blaze started at the beginning of the morning rush hour, at the crossing of 118th Street and Park Avenue, underneath the Metro-North train station. It reportedly began as a trailer caught alight, igniting propane inside. Thick columns of smoke could be seen rising from under the station.

(How very curious)

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3 Replies to “USA: Huge fire disrupts metro service in New York”

  1. 19.05 — There is a large fire on Subway System in Toronto, trains are suspended, subway (underground) station is evacuated.

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