Firefighters training at St. Louis Lambert Airport

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ST. LOUIS, MO — If you see smoke rising from St. Louis Lambert Airport Monday, it’s probably nothing to worry about.

St. Louis airport rescue firefighters will participate in a live-burn simulation as part of a three-day training exercise at Lambert.

A 50-foot mobile unit, which can simulate a fully-engulfed aircraft, will be ignited several times a day.

The FAA requires the yearly fire training.

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