NEW ORLEANS, LA —
New Orleans firefighters were on glow watch in Irish Bayou after a glow pennyless out Thursday afternoon during a renouned lorry stop off Highway 11.
Fire crews pronounced they were called about a glow around 5 p.m. Thursday.
Firefighters were means to keep a glow contained to a building and it never reached a gas pumps. Thick, black fume from a glow filled a sky and could be seen from downtown New Orleans.
Officials pronounced a area has few glow hydrants, so firefighters had to lift H2O from a lagoon to quarrel a blaze. The building and a register inside are believed to be a sum loss, officials said.