Fire breaks out in Galveston
Saturday, September 24, 2005
Three buildings in Galveston, Texas, have gone up in flames as Hurricane Rita approaches. Winds in Galveston are currently around 60 to 70 mph as firefighters try to control the blaze from a distance. Most of Galveston has already been evacuated in anticipation of the hurricane. The cause of the fire is unknown.
- "Large fire breaks out in Galveston as Rita nears" — , September 23, 2005
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