Car Fire Spreads, Damages 3 Other Cars In Camden County - New York News

Car Fire Spreads, Damages 3 Other Cars In Camden County

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A firefighter is seen working to put out a vehicle fire that spread to three other cars Sunday morning in Blackwood, N.J. (Gloucester Township Police Department) A firefighter is seen working to put out a vehicle fire that spread to three other cars Sunday morning in Blackwood, N.J. (Gloucester Township Police Department)
BLACKWOOD, N.J. -

Investigators with the Camden County Prosecutor's Office are looking into the cause of a fire that started with one car and spread to three others early Sunday morning in Blackwood.

The fire sparked shortly after 2 a.m. in a parking lot of the Autumn Ridge Apartment Complex on the 1500 block of Little Gloucester Road.

Officers say when they arrived they found one car on fire that was parked in the area of the B and C apartment buildings.

Police say the fire quickly spread to three other parked cars, which were damaged as a result.

The fire was eventually put out.

 

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