posted on Oct, 22 2005 @ 04:40 AM
I guess it was a busy morning.
After the "bomb threat" from the grey chevy in D.C. I heard nothing more about the N.Y. fire.
Here's what the N.Y. Times had to say
"disrupting service on seven subway lines and causing delays for hundreds of thousands of riders."
"The fire erupted around 8:05 a.m. in the northern end of the West Fourth Street station, a critical transit hub."
"By 8:41 a.m., service had been suspended on most or all of the seven lines"
"More than 100 firefighters
responded to the blaze, and six had minor injuries."
Yet it was treated so casually newswise?
"This morning's fire was unusual in that it had nothing to do with the trains, signals, and tracks, but instead started in a work area wedged
between subway tunnels."
Move along, there's nothing to see here
[edit on 10/22/05 by redmage]