Flame suppression system not working on fire-ravaged Navy ship in San Diego
Navy official reveals a fire suppression system wasn't working on that massive worship that's still burning at a dock in San Diego Rear Admiral Philip Sobek says The fire started around 8 30 Sunday morning aboard the USS Bonham Rashard, triggering an explosion with gray black smoke billowing into the air. He says it began in a vehicle and equipment storage area fire was initially engaged by ship's company. And naval base. San Diego activated the emergency operations Center to alert level three, says 17 sailors and at least four other suffered minor injuries like smoke inhalation. The fire is under investigation and they're monitoring air quality. I'm Julie Walker.