Fire prompts NSA evacuation

Fire prompts NSA evacuation
Fire prompts NSA evacuation,0,349503.story 

By Richard Irwin
September 14, 2007

A two-alarm fire last night at a National Security Agency building at 
Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County prompted the evacuation of an 
undisclosed number of employees.

No injuries were reported, said Patricia Jensen, a spokeswoman for the 
top-secret agency.

Jensen said the fire was reported about 7 p.m. in an operations 
building. She declined to specify the size or type of the building, or 
to describe the work carried on there.

Four engines and one aerial tower from the Fort Meade Fire Department 
brought the fire under control quickly. The cause of the firewas being 

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