This Atlantic City Boardwalk fire from 2009 is just one of many that have plagued the tourist attraction over the years november.
With casino revenues currently mainly in the toilet for the majority of Atlantic City's land casinos, and the gambling town still coping with last year's devastation brought on by Hurricane Sandy which shut down many of the town's casinos for days the last thing this nj-new jersey town needed ended up being any proximity at all to yet another tragedy. Along with final week's horrific Boardwalk fire in the Seaside Heights area perhaps not directly connected to AC, but along the same stretch that is 217-mile of shoreline that is frequented by most of the same tourists and locals one can't help but wonder if Atlantic City may likewise require an exorcist or to put bloodstream on its casino walls for a passover for the evidently ongoing plagues which can be being doled out of on high.
Or maybe, wooden boardwalks while charming when built 150 years ago are simply just not really a safe building material into the world that is modern. Fire specialists are, in reality, now saying the fire that is destructive to have been an episode of arson, although the motivation is unclear.
More Damage after Sandy
Nj-new jersey's Governor Chris Christie, upon visiting the fire scene that destroyed many boardwalk structures, referred to it being an 'unthinkable situation'. It took a lot more