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A 27-year-old man was rushed to the hospital with serious burns after getting caught up in a fire at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City early Monday morning.
A witness told ABC’s “Good Morning America” that the man began screaming that he was going to “burn the damn thing up” when he heard a loud bang.
“He started screaming that he was going to kill himself and that he was going to set it on fire,” witness Marlena D’Amato said.
According to the report, the suspect was able to escape the blaze and fled, then returned, grabbed fire extinguishers and threw them at the hotel. As authorities looked for the suspect, he continued to flee and had “a long conversation” with a woman who later identified herself as his sister.
Officers responded to the fire just after 7 a.m. Monday.
Investigators believe the fire started in the guest lounge, which is above the hotel’s main lobby. The fire was under control within an hour, firefighters said.
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Nigel Evans, the chief executive of the National Grid, said: ‘The NEG has a long and successful track record of building and maintaining safe, secure and efficient infrastructure.
‘This year marks the 15th anniversary of the installation of our CCTV system and the work this has done is outstanding.
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At 4pm, the event will be closed to traffic with the city centre completely cordoned off as police close roads surrounding the city centre to allow all members of the public to move into the area, with those without any further plans leaving the area at their own risk.
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