Christmas Tree on Fire
Christmas is the time of giving and receiving gifts; it is a joyful holiday. As Christmas approaches, Putting up Christmas decorations and planning out gifts is one of the stressful times of the year. However, during the Christmas season, the 50-foot tall tree had been ceremonially lit days earlier during a broadcast. The Police said that a man was in custody in connection with the blaze. The Police said that security at the headquarters had observed the man climbing the structure before the fire broke out around 12:15 am. The man was arrested and later charged with seven counts, including
criminal mischief, reckless endangerment and arson. The fire did not cause any severe implications or injuries; the Police said on Wednesday that the authorities were still investigating the cause of the fire. However, the spectacle surprised onlookers, including one of the network's hosts, who announced the fire in a live broadcast. The fire happened in the Fox Square in New York outside Fox headquarters," and it was on fire. A few minutes later, smoke can be seen in the live feed with the Christmas tree burning. The people in Fox headquarters are in the process of rebuilding and installing a new tree as a message that there can be peace, light and joy even during the fateful encounter of the fire burning. The Police said they believed that the man was homeless and investigated whether drugs or mental illness had played a factor. Fox did report that the tree on the Avenue of the Americans in Manhattan was 50 feet tall and decorated with 10,000 ornaments and 100,000 lights. The lighting ceremony last weekend as part of an annual tradition that began in 2019. Officials in Oakland, California, have investigated an episode in which at least one person set fire to a 52 foot Christmas tree in Jack London square early Monday. An aerosol can was found near the tree after the fire was extinguished.