New Scientist article It looks like you don’t need an extinguisher.
New Scientist explains how the fire suppression system at the fire at the Albany Fire Department has been unable to stop the blaze for more than four days.
The problem has been so bad that the city’s mayor, David Perdue, has said that “if I have to go, I’m going to go.”
The fire has burned through two buildings and killed at least 18 people.
The city’s fire department has been on a state of emergency since the blaze started, after residents of a housing project called the Rittenhouse Square Housing project reported that they had heard the “rumbling” of fire extinguishing machines that had gone silent.
Firefighters were also unable to get inside the building and have been forced to spend the night trying to get a fire extinguish the fire.
In a statement to ABC News, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that the fire is now at a critical stage.
“While we are grateful that the firefighters have been able to keep the fire from spreading to our neighborhoods, we are concerned that the City is not able to control the fire properly,” he said.
“In the meantime, the City will be moving ahead with the demolition of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel to make way for the new Rittenhart Square Housing development.
We also are working to restore all the critical fire-suppression equipment to its original location, and will continue to do so until the fire has been contained.”
The blaze was initially thought to have been started by someone trying to burn furniture at the Rittmans, a multi-million dollar property owned by the city, according to the New York Times.
Officials have since confirmed that the blaze is now being started by arsonists.
It is not the first time that the Riddell’s has been the target of arson.
In 2009, the Ruggles were accused of setting fire to their property after allegedly trying to sell it to a group of wealthy Chinese men.
The Riddells building, located on the outskirts of Albany, was built in 1890 and was the first building in the city to be built for rent.