TEXAS, USA — A fire at the Terminal D garage at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport created a bit of a mess for travelers Monday evening.
Officials with DFW Airport said on Twitter the fire was under control around 5:30 p.m. and that there were no injuries. However, the garage was only available to drop-off traffic.
The airport now says the garage has been reopened for drop-off and pick-up traffic after an inspection. There were also several vehicles damaged by the fire, according to the airport.
Viewer video shared with WFAA through out app showed airport-based fire crews out on the scene. Smoke remnants could also be seen.
According to the airport, the area of the garage that was impacted by the fire was Level 4, rows F, G and H. This area remains closed.
Further information on the cause of the fire was not immediately released.