home... Another ship will return to Mayport later this morning...Earlier than planned. An engine fire broke out on the The USS Hue City Monday night. The ship was about 200 nautical miles northeast of Bermuda when the fire broke out. No one on board was hurt. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell joins us LIVE from Mayport with more on what will happen once the ship returns.Elizabeth? 3 We don't have an exact time the USS Hue City will return this morning but when it does it will be accompanied by the USS Gettsyburg. Fires as severe as this one on a Navy ship are extremely rare and these sailors credit their training for the reason everyone is alive and well. 3 00-0535-4009:13 Natural Sound helicopter flying Natural Sound helicopter flying over TRACK - On Tuesday a helicopter was en route to land aboard the USS Hue City to check out the major damage after an engine room fire Monday night. The future of the Naval cruiser is uncertain, until the ship is checked over.The Hue City was commissioned in 1991 ...and is 567 feet long...and 55 feet tall...with more than 330 Mayport-based sailors working aboard. Experts say it's a blessing none of the sailors were injured -- and their intense training kept them safe.SOT -01:10 fire at sea is the worst nightmare at sea. And it's been known to be forever.And that's why we diligently and egregiously practice fire drills of all types on the ship and in Port. TRACK - A report by the Navy Times says the fire started in the turbine generator, located in main engine room one, and the crew reacted by going to general quarters. The fire spread from the generator, through the exhaust uptakes and to the first and third decks of the ship. Jim Amerault is a retired vice- admiral and says this incident confirms the Navy is trained well.SOT - 02:00 during an emergency like this, large fire parties we call them, are pulled together with people from all ranks on the ship. But they train together in these teams on an extremely regular basis. So those teams are absolutely excellent. 3 Navy experts say this appears to be among the Navy's most serious shipboard fires in a few years.