Firefighters responded to a fire at JFK airport in the Queens borough of New York City on Monday.
Port Authority had a permit to burn trash in a barrel at terminal 3 during demolition–the terminal is currently closed–but someone saw the fire and called the FDNY, which was duty-bound to respond, a Port Authority spokesman told Epoch Times.
The Port Authority said that the fire was extinguished as of 5:20 p.m. and was also extinguished by the time the FDNY arrived.
|Quoting 1337Delta764 (Reply 3):|
I actually wonder if the person who called FDNY was one of the preservationists and actually knew about the permit to burn trash.
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