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because it didn t actually fail. One of the sparks, however, fell on a piece of insulation and began to smolder. The insulation melted and began to burn, changing from a smoldering spot on the surface of a cable to a fullblown fire. Soon the entire cable vault was aflame. Cables in a central office leave the cable vault on their way to upper floor switching equipment through 6-inch diameter holes cored in the concrete floors of the office. The fire burned its way up the cables, exited the cored holes, and spread from floor to floor. Soon all of the lower floors of the building were engulfed, and New York Telephone was on its way to hosting the single worst disaster that any American telephone company has ever experienced. Emergency service vehicles converged on the building. They evacuated everyone inside and began flooding the lower floors with hundreds of thousands of gallons of water. Smoke and steam billowed up and out of the structure (see Figure 3-1), severely damaging equipment on the upper floors that had not, as yet, been affected by the fire.
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Figure 3-1 Smoke and steam billow from the 2nd Avenue central office.
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