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NewsPoster Jan 3, 2013 06:38 AM
Nearby fire temporarily closes Upper West Side Apple Store
The <A href="">Upper West Side</a> Apple Store in New York City has temporarily closed as a result of a nearby fire, accounts say. Smoke from the fire has engulfed the area, and a worker at the store <a href="">confirms</a> that the Apple Store has been evacuated, and all appointments cancelled for the immediate future. It's not known when the outlet might reopen.<br><br>Some initial accounts suggested that the store itself was on fire, but later ones pointed out the mistake. The Upper West Side outlet is one of Apple's signature locations; aside from being in a prominent New York City neighborhood, it was the first Apple Store to use an arched glass roof.
coffeetime Jan 3, 2013 07:47 AM
Is this another Apple Store robbery attempt that failed? Theives don't rob banks or jewelry stores these days.
SegNerd Jan 3, 2013 08:58 AM
The cause of the fire has not been officially determined, but it happened at a nearby restaurant called Ollie's Noodles.

In my opinion, it would make a lot more sense to guess "Restaurant accident causes fire" than to guess "Someone tried to steal some iPads by incinerating them," but admittedly I am just guessing.
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