Fire forces evacuation at Rome airport

Fire forces evacuation at Rome airport

Rome : Italy | Feb 14, 2013 at 3:55 AM PST
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Dozens of people have been evacuated after a man from Ivory Coast doused himself with fuel and set himself on fire. Those in the terminal heard sudden screaming and then saw acrid smoke coming from the airport. It took several minutes for authorities to clear the airport and passengers waiting for flights... FULL ARTICLE AT Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Passengers wait at Fiumicino airport near Rome
Passengers wait at Fiumicino airport near Rome
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