Breaking: “Suspicious” Fire Disrupts Trains at Penn Station (Video)

A major fire at Penn Station in New York City was ruled “suspicious” today.
The fire was discovered at around two in the morning.

NBC New York reported:

Trains coming in and out of Penn Station early Tuesday were temporarily delayed following what officials are calling a “suspicious” fire by the LIRR concourse.

More than 150 firefighters battled the three-alarm fire that took over two levels of a construction site by the west end of the LIRR concourse at Penn Station at West 33rd Street and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan, FDNY Chief James Leonard said.

This follows a fire at the DC Metro on Monday where one person died and 80 were injured.

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