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Reed told news outlets at a press conference Sunday evening airlines are working to rebook flights, and said that a fire caused the power outage and produced potentially toxic fumes, which took two hours for fire crews to put out
Reed said it remains unclear how the fire started but it will be investigated.
Hard to believe that a contractor cut a line on a SUNDAY, when it's raining.
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
So, some of my wives family members are supposed to be flying in from TX on Wednesday, going thru ATL. Apparently, they said this morning that this outage could possibly impact their flight on Wednesday? That doesn't make much sense. If the nation's busiest airport is down for the week before Christmas.....that's bad news.