Airport 24/7: Fuel Fire Pictures

A massive fuel spill puts fire rescue and hazmat teams on high alert as they attempt to stop the highly-explosive fuel from draining into tunnels beneath the airport.

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Senior Terminal Operations Agent Heidi radios crew members in Passport Control for assistance with directing long lines of passengers arriving on flights from Cuba.

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