Fire Breaks Out Near NYC Railroad Bridge, Commuter Train Suspended
A fire broke out Monday underneath a railroad bridge in New York City. The blaze began shortly before noon, according to Frank Dwyer of the NYC Fire Department. About 60 firefighters were at the scene and had the fire contained by 1 p.m. There have been no reports of injuries or deaths associated with the incident.
The fire started on a wooden pier under the 138th Street lift bridge, which crosses over the Harlem River. The Metro North commuter train to and from Grand Central Station was suspended for over 2 hours. It resumed operations around 2:30 p.m.
The cause of the blaze is unknown.
Click here for more World News
WooEB Community is a business, music and social networking community. WooEB provides members with a wealth of applications that enable them to create an in-depth profile within the community. Profiles include an About Me, Background and Lifestyle, Videos, Photo sharing, News, Music, Blogs, unique URL and networking with other members inside the WooEB community. WooEB provides ADit to each member providing them the opportunity to have an exclusive profile (no outside advertising) displaying only banner ads they upload to their pages. Members can run their own ads or give or sell their ad space to advertisers at prices the member sets.
To create your profile sign up and within minutes you too can have your People profile running your ads and building your network with new members daily.