Fire trucks at Belle Plaza investigate “suspicious odor”

The last Miami Beach fire truck at Belle Plaza on Tuesday morning.

Belle Plaza residents awoke to fire fighters Tuesday morning, responding to a call about a suspicious odor at the condo, 20 Island Ave.

The smell “dissipated,” according to fire officials at the scene. but not before five Miami Beach fire trucks answered the call, three on Island Avenue in front of the building and two morning on Venetian Way, in the westbound lanes, lights flashing, in front of the Grand Venetian.

The whole thing was over, fire trucks gone, by 7:30 a.m.

One response to “Fire trucks at Belle Plaza investigate “suspicious odor”

  1. I have also encountered a natural-gas-like odor around the south side of the park in front of the 11 and 16 Island buildings.. Sometimes quite intense . Randomly so over the past six months. I live in 9 Island and frequently pass through on walking errands.

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