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FIRE MAY SMOLDER FOR MONTHS; [SPORTS FINAL Edition]
GREG GITTRICH DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERNew York Daily NewsNew York, N.Y.: Nov 1, 2001. pg. 10
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While the blaze is starved for oxygen, the scalding steel buried below ground will retain its heat until enough air reaches it or water douses it, said Don Carson, a hazardous materials expert for the National Operating Engineers Union.

The Fire Department has yet to declare the blaze under control. No blaze like it [Marko Bourne] said the blaze is so "far beyond a normal ...

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