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The Street is on Fire

Tipsters report that a manhole on 114th and Broadway is spewing flames. Watch your toes!

Update: A Bwogger on the scene tells us the police are urging people to clear the area, warning that “it might explode.”

Public hazard? Or NSOP barbecue?

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10 Comments

  • 2012 says:

    @2012 Or, BBQ of NSOPers??

    – Jealous alum experiencing a massive housing downgrade from EC townhouse paradise.

  • it says:

    @it has begun

  • Well 2016ers says:

    @Well 2016ers Welcome to New York!

  • wtf?? says:

    @wtf?? `O`

  • Proudfoot says:

    @Proudfoot It’s the burning bush on Broadway. What would YOU do?

  • ERMAGERHD says:

    @ERMAGERHD A BARBEQUE

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous In which New York begins to reject the new transplant of first-years

  • SEAS Student says:

    @SEAS Student Well, I mean, the exhaust from my jet engine has to go SOMEWHERE.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous the fire rises. bane is in the tunnels!

  • BC '14 says:

    @BC '14 I saw this same thing at 14th st. union square last week. :O

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