Firefighters put out car fire twice near Lemon Grove home
SAN DIEGO, CA – San Diego firefighters put out the flames of a burning car twice when it caught fire near a home in Lemon Grove on Monday afternoon.
According to the Times of San Diego, a car caught fire near the carport of a home in the 2400 block of Massachusetts Avenue. When firefighters arrived, they put out the flames on the burning car.
As the car was extinguished, the carport began to burn and firefighters shifted their attention to saving the home. When they had knocked back those flames, they found that the car had reignited.
Thankfully no one was injured in the fires.
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