I am sure ya’ll have heard of the massive power outage at the Atlanta airport. The biggest question I have (aside from what REALLY is behind this) is aren’t airports required to have back-up generator’s in such a situation? Especially for the biggest airport in the world?
This smells funny to me. Here is a message someone shared on social media from an (alleged) employee of the airport:
I found this article that speaks of this airport being the busiest in the world and as such, a target for human trafficking. “Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world, and is an important destination for political refugees. Amnesty International says that makes the airport a target for human traffickers. Amnesty Interanational’s regional headquarters is actually located in Atlanta.” Here is another article detailing the same issue. Was today a positive move to stop this? I saw a video where part of the airport was filled with smoke as well as saw a piece that said the power outage was a result of a fire underground.
I am sure with all of the disclosure coming out, the war/storm/purging going on, this is not the last we will be hearing of this story. Until then, as of 45 minutes ago (9:50pm PST), all power has been restored.
UPDATE: Power has been restored on all concourses. 5,000+ meals are being delivered to passengers. Trains will be operational soon.
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) December 18, 2017
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