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Chemical Plant Fire Closes Pulaski Skyway Near New York City: Reports News

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Chemical plant fire closes Pulaski Skyway near New York City: Reports
Traffic on a major roadway near New York City was closed in both directions Friday night after a fire at a chlorine plant in New Jersey sent a huge plume of dark smoke into the sky. It happened near ...

Published: May 17, 2019 @ 10:30:00 PM
Source: FOX News on

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Kearny chemical fire update: Blaze still burning, Pulaski Skyway closed, air quality in region improves
A large fire ... New York. As of 7:45 a.m., both directions of the Pulaski Skyway remained closed. The Skyway, which carries traffic on Routes 1 and 9 between Newark and Jersey City, is located very ...

Published: May 18, 2019 @ 08:22:00 AM

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Chlorine plant fire produces dangerous fumes, closes Pulaski Skyway
A fire at a Chlorine plant in Hudson County is producing dangerous fumes and forced the closure of the Pulaski Skyway ... in New York City warned residents to keep their doors and windows closed ...

Published: May 17, 2019 @ 03:58:00 PM
Source: News 12 Networks

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When Bad Things Happen
What the city would do: Set up 200 public vaccination centers as soon as the first New York case is diagnosed ... If terrorists hit the Kuehne Chemical Co. chlorine-manufacturing plant in Kearny, New ...

Published: Nov 02, 2005 @ 10:35:00 PM
Source: New York Magazine

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Fire At Chemical Plant In Kearny Put Nearby Towns On Alert: VIDEO
Multiple news reports stated the fire was under control Saturday morning, although the Pulaski Skyway remained closed ... from the chemical plant fire never made their way to the city. ...

Published: May 18, 2019 @ 05:06:00 AM
Source: Patch

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Routes 1 and 9 between Elizabeth and Newark and also the Pulaski Skyway, leading to the Holland Tunnel, were closed in both directions during the morning rush. They were reopened late in the day, ...

Published: Dec 31, 2000 @ 10:59:00 PM

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Katie Brennan, alleged sexual assault victim, steps forward
The Journal reports ... City police officer hugged his lawyer when a judge dismissed all charges against him at the trial of three officers accused of falsifying time sheets for no-show, off-duty ...

Published: Oct 15, 2018 @ 12:27:00 AM
Source: Politico

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Taxi drivers end Newark Airport protest
Port Authority of New York ... Jersey City Police Lt. Pietro Veltre was in uniform driving his personal vehicle and claims Deraz cut him off on the Pulaski Skyway and drove in a reckless manner. ...

Published: Jun 03, 2011 @ 09:59:00 AM
Source: CBS News

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Facing the City, Potential Targets Rely on a Patchwork of Security
KEARNY, N.J., May 7 - It is the deadliest target in a swath of industrial northern New Jersey that terrorism experts call the most dangerous two miles in America: a chemical plant that processes ...

Published: May 08, 2005 @ 02:00:00 PM

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Kate Hinds
The Pulaski Skyway -- an 80-year old elevated highway that carries 67,000 cars a day in New Jersey -- will partially close for two years beginning in 2014. The highway runs between Newark and Jersey ...

Published: Jan 09, 2013 @ 11:00:00 AM
Source: WNYC

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BARONI gets high-powered appeals lawyer — MACARTHUR defends Trumpcare support — CHRISTIE: Don’t ever mention Hitler
Read the report MAKE MICROBES GREAT AGAIN — “Bacteria reports for Shore beaches could be sunk,” by Ashbury Park Press’ Russ Zimmer: “New Jersey beaches were under advisory or closed 134 ... THAT ...

Published: Apr 12, 2017 @ 08:16:00 PM
Source: Politico

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Morning Buzz: Older Firefighters, and More Fallout from the Deutsche Bank Blaze
The fallout over the fire continues. The New York Post reports ... Friday in Jersey City, having been stabbed several times during a robbery. In the community of Costa Rican truckers who live in an ...

Published: Aug 26, 2007 @ 09:58:00 PM
Source: The New York Times

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