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AIRPORT DOOM! Raging Inferno Devour Cars At Newark Airport...

Fire Tears Through Newark Airport Parking Deck, Torches More Than a Dozen Vehicles 

A raging inferno engulfed more than a dozen cars in a Newark Airport parking lot early Thursday, spewing thick black smoke into the air as high-powered flames turned vehicles into charred carcasses. A law enforcement source tells News 4 a total of 17 cars were burned, all but two of them totaled. It wasn't immediately clear what sparked the fire. Chopper 4 over the scene showed firefighters standing near the flaming vehicles, trying to battle the blaze in wind chills as low as -15 degrees. The Port Authority said the lot involved in the fire was regular parking at Terminal C, not long-term. It also said no injuries were reported and airport operations were not affected. The passenger pickup area in the immediate vicinity was briefly closed, and the fire-wrecked Terminal C parking garage was shut down until further notice. Anyone who may have been parked in the garage is advised to head to the Terminal C Level 1 taxi stand for further assistance, the airport's official Twitter feed said later Thursday morning. Source


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