MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) --A kitchen fire caused smoke to pour from the roof of Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan Tuesday afternoon, causing people in the area to be alarmed.
The FDNY said the fire occurred in the duct work of a restaurant at Grand Central Terminal.
Check out this video from an Eyewitness News viewer:
This video shows the smoke from a little farther away:
And this photo shows a little wider view:
Heavy smoke pouring out of Grand Central pic.twitter.com/wlfKWrufEN— Calvin Kale (@kevinjcall) March 22, 2016
The FNDY quickly found the fire, and isolated it to a duct at Juniors Restaurant on the lower-level dining area. They posted this photo on social media:
There were no injuries and the fire appears to be extinguished, the FDNY said.
No evacuations were ordered.
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