Insane fires destroy cars at Newark Airport, hit factory in New Jersey

  31 January 2019    Read: 1682
Insane fires destroy cars at Newark Airport, hit factory in New Jersey

There are large plumes of smoke billowing over a parking garage in Terminal C at Newark-Liberty International Airport, in New Jersey, US, Fox 5 reported.

About a dozen vehicles caught fire on the upper deck of a parking garage at Newark-Liberty International Airport in the early morning of 31 January, according to Fox 5.

Firefighters immediately arrived at the area and are now battling the flames in sub-zero temperatures.

Fox 5 reported that it was not clear what had sparked the fire that spread from one car to the next.

The day before, the fire broke out at about 5 p.m. at a Marcal paper factory in New Jersey, covering various buildings and releasing a plume of smoke visible on weather radar as firefighters' work was hindered by freezing weather. No injuries have been reported. Flames were still visible from Route 80 in multiple spots at 4:30 a.m. on 31 January, USA Today reported.


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