Overheating leads to UN Security Council evacuation

UN deputy spokesman Eduardo del Buey said that plastic melted around a hot light, triggering the smoke alarm.

New York: The UN Security Council was evacuated from its temporary chamber during a closed meeting on Sudan sanctions on Wednesday after a fire alarm went off.
UN deputy spokesman Eduardo del Buey said that plastic melted around a hot light, triggering the smoke alarm.
Security evacuated the council and other staff from the basement level where the council has its temporary chamber and the parking lot below. They were allowed to return about an hour later.

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