Reportedly the fires are all out now. Also, I read that Rear Admiral Sobeck has said the ship can be repaired but that it's not clear yet if it will be - i.e. the damage could be so extensive that it wouldn't be cost-effective to repair it.
I'm very glad that no one died in the fire. It was very unfortunate it caught fire during maintenance, as that meant the fire-suppression systems were turned off. Then again, it meant there were fewer people on board at the time.
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